Scotland stand-off Duncan Hodge is rejoining Edinburgh Rugby from Leeds Tykes on a two-year contract.
Hodge, who has won 26 caps for his country, has been with the Tykes for two seasons and joins up in June.
Edinburgh Rugby coach Frank Hadden said: ''This is a great signing for us. After a season blighted by injury, Duncan is raring to go. The Edinburgh fans will enjoy seeing one of the best strikers of a rugby ball back in our colours.
''His experience in midfield will be invaluable and I believe the presence of both Duncan and Phil Godman in our squad gives us great balance and completely different options in attack.''
Hodge said: ''I have missed most of the season. I got injured in the first league game against Gloucester and I've been out for six months through injury. I am really looking forward to playing plenty of games for Edinburgh.
''I enjoyed being down in Leeds but it's great to be coming home and I can't wait to play in front of the Gunners supporters again.''
Edinburgh have also confirmed second row forward Matt Mustchin is joining the club from Ulster on a two-year deal.
Mustchin joined Ulster Rugby in 2003 and has represented New Zealand at under-16 and under-19 level and was contracted to the Canterbury Crusaders Super 12 side in 2002.
Mustchin said: ''I am looking forward to coming over and playing for Edinburgh. It is going to be a real challenge for me. I feel it is a good time to be moving on and looking forward to working with Frank and the team.''
Hadden said: ''We are delighted to have someone of Matt's experience. He will replace the considerable gap left by Nathan Hines. I have long admired his approach to the game and am confident he will be a more than useful edition to our squad.''