Tottenham have confirmed that Alan Hutton has completed his move to White Hart Lane from Rangers on a four-year contract.
The two clubs agreed a £9million fee early in the transfer window before the Scotland international initially rejected the opportunity to join the Premier League side.
But after having another change of heart, Hutton has now become Juande Ramos' third signing of the transfer window after the arrivals of Jonathan Woodgate and Chris Gunter.
A statement on Spurs' official website confirmed: "We are delighted to announce we have reached agreement with Glasgow Rangers for the transfer of Alan Hutton."
Hutton is now set to make his Premier League debut in Saturday's clash with Manchester United at White Hart Lane.
He told Rangers' official website: "I would like to thank everyone at Rangers for making my time at the club so special.
"I have progressed through the youth ranks at Murray Park and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the coaches, management staff and players I have worked with during my time at Ibrox.
"The last 12 months have been fantastic for me personally and I have received great support from the fans.
"That meant a lot and helped give me the confidence tot take the next step in my career.
"I wish Rangers every success for the season and in the future and although I am sad to leave there is no doubt my transfer to Tottenham is good not just for me, but for the club."