Gary Rogers, who played a key role in keeping Galway United in the Premier Division last season, has become the second Galway player to sign for St Pats ahead of the coming season.
"It's great to be linking up with Jeff Kenna again, he did a great job at Galway and I'm sure he'll do a good job at St Pats.
"I'm looking forward to being a part of that, to playing for a big club like Pats and to challenging for trophies”, said Rogers.
An FAI Cup medal holder with Drogheda United, the twenty seven year old goalkeeper is looking forward to the new season at Richmond Park
"I've no doubt there will competition for the number one spot but that can only be a good thing for me and for the club".
St Pats meanwhile have agreed terms with both Barry Ryan and Joseph Ndo to leave the club.
Barry Ryan joined the Saints from Dublin City in 2004 and was one of the club's longest serving players.
Joseph Ndo who joined St Pats from Shelbourne for his second spell in 2006, had been on loan at Shamrock Rovers for the latter half of last season.
St Patrick's Athletic would like to wish both players every future success.