Spurs midfielder Wilson Palacios has completed his move to Stoke on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
The Potters have been chasing the Honduran international and have finally landed their man on deadline day after the 27-year-old agreed personal terms and underwent a medical.
Stoke boss Tony Pulis is delighted to have bolstered his squad with a player with a wealth of international and Premier League experience.
He told the club's official website: "This is a fantastic deal for the football club because Wilson has proved himself to be a top class performer at the highest level.
"He has a considerable amount of international experience and played a prominent part in getting Tottenham into the Champions League only two years ago.
"He has great energy and the qualities to become a driving force in the middle of the park; the type of player our fans will love. We have been looking to strengthen our options in midfield and I am delighted to have him on board."
Palacios began his career in his homeland with Olimpia where he scored 32 goals in 101 appearances before moving to Wigan.
The midfielder, who has been capped 71 times by Honduras, then switched to Spurs in a £12million deal two years ago.