Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala have completed the big-money signing of Balazs Dzsudzsak from PSV Eindhoven.
The Hungarian winger, who has previously been linked with the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool, Hamburg, Juventus and Lille, has put pen to paper on a four-year deal after a reported 14million euros (£12.34m) switch.
The 24-year-old is looking forward to the challenges ahead, including helping his new side reach the UEFA Champions League.
Dzsudzsak told a press conference in Budapest: "I have signed to a league which is - if not technically, but for sure physically - better from the Dutch.
"The club has such big-name players like former Chelsea and Anderlecht midfielder Mbark Boussoufa and Brazil striker Diego Tardelli and I'm sure I don't have to introduce Roberto Carlos to anyone.
"The club has clear aims - they want to be a decisive factor in the Champions League. This year it's not possible but in 2012 we can get there.
"We're now second in the table and the first three teams qualify to the Champions League."
Dzsudzsak will join his new team-mates on 4th July at their training camp in Austria but will not be able to play until August when the new transfer window opens.