Jamie Turley says he will 'leave everything on the pitch' for Notts County after joining the club on Friday.
The defender has been training with the Magpies for a few days and was delighted to complete his move.
And he says that he will give his all for Notts when called upon by Harry Kewell.
“I’ll leave everything on the pitch to help us keep clean sheets,” he said. “That’s my bread and butter.
"I’ll defend the ball however necessary, whether that’s heading it, kicking it, or anything else.
“I left my family back home to move to Nottingham so I am committed to the club and focusing on getting into the side to show the supporters what I can do.
“The club sells itself and I enjoyed working with the manager at Crawley over the summer (while on trial), so I’m glad to be here."
Turley will wear number 26 for Notts.
Read what Kewell had to say about Turley here.