Former West Brom and Sunderland attacker Stephane Sessegnon has signed a two-year deal with Montpellier.
The Benin international was without a club since leaving West Brom in May, having spent five and a half seasons in the Premier League.
Montpellier confirmed the signing of the 32-year-old on Monday.
Frederic Hantz's men are struggling in 16th in the table after winning just one of their opening seven league games.
The move marks a return to Ligue 1 for Sessegnon, who spent time in France's top flight with Paris Saint-Germain and Le Mans before his switch to England.
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