Bolton manager Sammy Lee has completed the signing of winger Daniel Braaten from Rosenborg for an undisclosed fee.
Braaten, 25, has sealed a three-year deal at the Reebok Stadium, subject to international clearance.
Lee said: 'Daniel is another quality signing. I am delighted he has chosen Bolton ahead of other clubs.'
Braaten has Champions League experience and Lee believes the Norwegian will bring an extra dimension to the team.
'He is a powerful winger who can play on both flanks,' said the Bolton boss.
'Daniel is very direct and likes to take on defenders.
'He will complement the squad and provide excellent service to the forward line.'
Lee has made a raft of new signings since replacing Sam Allardyce towards the end of last season.
The former Liverpool coach has been mindful of the need to strengthen the squad with a busy domestic and UEFA Cup campaign ahead.
Former Aston Villa duo Jloyd Samuel and Gavin McCann have joined up. So to have Christian Wilhelmsson and Heidar Helguson.
Bolton, who open their season with a home game against Allardyce's Newcastle, continue their preparations by facing Colchester tomorrow when Lee will name a strong team.