Ealing Trailfinders have issued another statement of intent ahead of next season by adding former England international Paul Doran-Jones to their ranks.
The prop is set to leave Wasps in the summer and the 33-year-old has reportedly agreed to a deal with big-spending Ealing according to The Rugby Paper.
The ambitious Championship outfit looks determined to make a push up to the Premiership after making a number of big-money signings.
Doran-Jones, who won the last of his six England caps in 2009, is currently in his third spell with Wasps having rejoined from Gloucester last year.
He has made only four appearances this season due to injury knee ligament surgery followed by a calf problem.
The signing shows Ealing mean business but it will also compensate for the loss of fellow props, Will Davis and Lewis Thiede, who are joining Northampton this summer.