Fulham have completed the signing of West Ham duo Bobby Zamora and John Pantsil.
The Cottagers will pay their capital rivals £6.3million for the striker and full-back, although the fee could rise by a further £1million.
Zamora has penned a four-year deal at Craven Cottage, whilst Ghana star Pantsil has inked a three-year contract.
Zamora leaves Upton Park after four-and-a-half years in East London, whilst Pantsil moves on after joining in 2006.
Fulham boss Roy Hodgson was delighted to secure the double deal.
"I am very pleased that we have been able to add both Bobby Zamora and John Pantsil to our squad," he told the club's official website.
"Bobby is a talented striker who not only has a desire to score goals but always looks to involve the rest of the team with his intelligent play.
"I have no doubt that Bobby will play an important part for us and his quality has allowed us to stregthen our attacking options.
"John has a versatility that will provide us with more defensive options, which is extremely important to the strength and depth we have in the squad.
"Completing both signings has been a protracted process which has been much speculated about in the media, I am delighted that we can now officially welcome the players to the club, following the completion of all of the necessary paperwork."