Saracens have announced the signing of Wales international lock Dominic Day.

The former Bath forward will move from Australian Super Rugby side Melbourne Rebels on a two-year contract from next season.

Day, 31, has won three caps and was a member of Wales' 2015 World Cup squad.

"We believe Dom will prove to be a fine addition to the group and we are delighted that he has decided to join our club," Saracens rugby director Mark McCall said.

"He is a proven Premiership player, has over 200 career appearances, and who, at the age of 31, is in his prime.

"On the field, he is precisely the kind of big, dominant lock forward we have been seeking to bolster our squad, and off the field, he is exactly the type of character who we believe will thrive in our culture."

Day becomes Saracens' fifth signing for next term, joining his fellow Wales international Liam Williams, Australian lock Will Skelton, Northampton flanker Calum Clark and France international hooker Christopher Tolofua.