PSM Makassar have signed Dutch defensive midfielder Marc Klok on a one-year contract to bolster their squad ahead of 2017 Liga 1.
The 23-year-old midfielder started his career at FC Utrecht but failed to make a single appearance for the club.
In 2013 he signed with Scottish Premiership club Ross County and made 6 appearances.
After one season in Scotland, Klok joined Cherno More Varna where he won one Bulgarian Cup and one Bulgarian Supercup.
Klok left Cherno More at the end of the 2015/16 season, before joining English League One outfit Oldham Athletic.
Klok returned to Scotland to have a trial with Dundee during January 2017 and signed a short-term contract on 31 January. He left Dundee in April 2017, having made two appearances for the club.
At PSM Makassar, Klok will join up with fellow Dutch compatriots Wiljan Pluim and Robert Alberts, the latter has worked years and years in Indonesia.