Robert Earnshaw has joined Nottingham Forest for £2.65million from local rivals Derby.
The Welsh international has agreed a three-year deal at the City Ground and will be hoping to get his career back on track after a disappointing one-season spell with the Rams.
The diminutive striker scored just two goals in 25 appearances for Paul Jewell's side, but has a proven track record in the Championship.
He becomes Colin Calderwood's first signing of the summer as ambitious Forest look to put together a squad capable of mounting a promotion challenge.
Earnshaw is delighted to have joined a forward-thinking club and hopes to provide the ammunition which will see the Reds complete their climb back into the big-time.
"It has taken a few weeks but now everything is sorted I can't wait for the start of the season," he told the club's official website.
"Promotion for Forest was huge and hopefully we can keep the exciting times going.
"Forest have got a young squad who want to do well and that goes a long way. There shouldn't be any surprises as to how good the team can be.
"On appearances and getting the chance to play, Derby was disappointing but that's how it goes.
"I'm just looking at it as a chapter closed, I will learn from it and am looking forward to getting back to playing football."