Huddersfield have completed the signing of Keigan Parker on a free transfer from Blackpool.
The striker is set to agree a two-year deal at Galpharm Stadium, subject to passing a medical.
The 25-year-old would have been out of contract with the Seasiders over the summer and has decided to call time on his four-year stay at Bloomfield Road.
Terriers boss Stan Ternent is delighted to have got the Scottish forward on-board and has promised that further new arrivals are imminent.
"Talks about the move have been ongoing for a while but we are now delighted to have secured Keigan," Ternent told the club's official website.
"He gives us another option up front and he is genuinely quick. He is proven at this level of football.
"He gives us more competition for places in attack along with Andy Booth, Phil Jevons, Danny Cadamarteri, Luke Beckett and Daniel Broadbent.
"We are really pleased to have him here, but there are more to come."