Ashley Maynard-Brewer has signed a season-long loan with Scottish Premiership outfit Ross County.
The goalkeeper was a member of the Olyroos squad at Tokyo 2020, and pulled on the Green and Gold for the Australia U23's during June's Marbella friendly matches.
The 22-year-old signs for a season from League One club Charlton Athletic, whom he has represented since trading Perth for London back in 2015.
Ross County manager Malky Mackay was pleased to share the shot-stopper's addition to the squad.
“I am delighted to have Ashley joining us," he told Ross County.
"He comes highly recommended to us as a very talented young goalkeeper, one that will bring competition to our group. He has had a terrific experience representing his country at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and we are excited to bring that calibre of goalkeeper to our club."
“Ashley has come through one of the most well-respected Academy’s in the UK, and we would like to thank Charlton Athletic FC for allowing us to help further develop his career.”
Current Socceroos Jackson Irvine and Harry Souttar both spent loan stints at Ross County during the early stages of their careers.
Shortly after his move was announced, Maynard-Brewer was named among the substitutes during The Staggies' trip to face Hibernian - a game where Socceroo Martin Boyle opened the scoring for the home side.