Bristol City have agreed to sign Albert Adomah and skysports.com understands the Barnet winger has accepted a three-year deal.
The 22-year-old was being tracked by Premier League and Championship clubs, but the Robins have won the race to land his signature.
Adomah rejected the chance to remain at Barnet - who he joined in 2008 from non-league Harrow Borough.
The midfielder, who can play on either flank, will cost Bristol City a fee as he is under the age of 24, but as yet the clubs have failed to agree a deal.
If the two clubs fail to come to an agreement then the fee will be decided by a tribunal.