The signing of Lee Camp wasn't exactly met with universal approval by Norwich City fans across the land, but there is a school of thought that suggests that it could actually be a smart piece of business by the Canaries.
The 28-year-old signed a deal with the club until the end of the season after being told that he was surplus to requirements at Nottingham Forest, and will compete with Mark Bunn for the No. 1 jersey in John Ruddy's absence.
Camp is no stranger to life at Carrow Road, having spent a loan spell with the the Norfolk outfit some years previously.
Here are five reasons why his move could be a win-win for all concerned...