Pompey have signed goalkeeper Ryan Schofield following his departure from Huddersfield at the end of last season.
The 23-year-old former England youth international has put pen to paper on a one-year deal at Fratton Park.
Blues boss John Mousinho said: “Ryan excelled as a youngster at Huddersfield and featured more than 30 times in the Championship.
“He moved through the England age groups and is a great all-round keeper, with his shot-stopping a particular highlight.
“He’s brave, a good size and can also kick well, so we’re delighted to bring in someone of his pedigree with experience at a higher level.”
"Ryan excelled as a youngster at Huddersfield and featured more than 30 times in the Championship."
Schofield progressed through the ranks at Huddersfield, with 33 of his 35 appearances for them coming in the Championship.
He had spells on loan at Hibs and Crawley last season, having previously spent time with FC United of Manchester, Telford, Notts County and Livingston.
Schofield has represented the Three Lions up to under-20 level and saved a shoot-out penalty when they beat Ivory Coast to win the Toulon Tournament in 2017.