Keeper set for second spell at Elland Road.
Leeds United can confirm that goalkeeper Andy Lonergan has returned to Elland Road on a two year contract.
Lonergan had previously represented Leeds between 2011 and 2012 making 38 appearances before moving to Bolton Wanderers.
The experienced keeper, who has almost 400 professional games under his belt, joins the club on a free transfer having left Wolves this summer.
Lonergan will now compete with Felix Weildwald and Bailey Peacock-Farrell for a place in Thomas Christiansen's starting 11.