Blackburn manager Mark Hughes believes he got a real bargain when he signed Roque Santa Cruz.
The Paraguayan striker joined Rovers for just £3.8million from Bayern Munich and has scored three goals so far this season.
Hughes is understandably delighted with the signing of Santa Cruz and says he will only get better.
"Roque has proved in the short space of time we've had with him that he is a top quality striker," Hughes said.
"The price I was able to acquire him for makes him one of the best buys of the summer, if not for many summers.
"He has the potential to be an outstanding player for us for a long time.
"It goes to show that you can get a player of his quality at a decent price.
"A lot of people looked at Roque, but sometimes if you look too closely then you can look at their negatives rather than their positives, and that's happened here.
"I preferred to look at the qualities he could bring to the squad and the team, and that's why I went for him."
Midfielder Morten Gamst Pedersen has compared Santa Cruz to Liverpool's £23million man Fernando Torres.
"He's good in the air, good with the ball, has pace and is strong - he's a bit like Torres. They have the same kind of qualities," added Pedersen.
"It's good to play with him, and good to have a player like him on our side. I'm glad he signed for us.
"He's a bargain from what I've see him of him so far. He's been brilliant for us.
"Although he can score goals, I don't think we've seen the best of him yet. He's just going to get better and better.
"Once he gets to know us better, then hopefully he can give us more."