Middlesbrough have announced the capture of Bristol City winger Albert Adomah.
The 25-year-old finalised terms with the Teesside outfit earlier this week, and now the two clubs have confirmed the deal has been completed.
The Ghana international has penned a three-year deal with Boro and will be in line to make his debut at Charlton on Saturday.
Boro chief executive Neil Bausor said: "We're absolutely delighted to have completed the signing of such a talented player who we believe can really excite our fans.
"Albert is a Ghanaian international who has hopes of representing his country at next summer's World Cup finals.
"We hope playing for Middlesbrough can help him achieve that ambition and at the same time he can be an important player for us and help us achieve our ambitions as a club."
Bristol City managing director Jon Lansdown told the club's official website: "Albert has been a joy to watch and a pleasure to work with over the past three years.
"His level of professionalism and courtesy is a credit to himself. I personally wish him all the best for the future and hope to see him go on to play in the Premier League."
Head coach Sean O'Driscoll added: "We are sorry to see Albert go, but his departure is not a surprise and we have been planning for it all summer."