Burnley have accepted a £1.5million bid from Championship rivals Charlton for striker Andy Gray.
The Scottish striker has scored 11 league goals so far this season and has been a target for the Addicks since the transfer window opened.
Clarets boss Owen Coyle had insisted that the club were under no pressure to sell the player and turned down an initial approach from Charlton.
However, with the improved offer containing clauses which could see the fee rise in the future, Gray now looks all set to end his 18-month spell at Turf Moor and move on to his 10th club in a 13-year career.
Out of squad
"After turning down a substantial seven-figure bid from Charlton earlier this week, the Clarets have now accepted an improved offer of £1.5million with add-ons, which could take the fee to £2million," said a statement released by Burnley.
"Gray will now discuss personal terms with Burnley's Championship rivals and will not be in Owen Coyle's squad for the weekend game away to Coventry City."