Burnley have completed the signing of Scunthorpe striker Martin Paterson on a four-year deal.
Paterson moves to Turf Moor for an initial fee of £1million, but that could rise by an extra £300,000 based on appearances with the Championship side.
Scunthorpe, who were relegated to League One last season, will also receive 20 per cent of any future sale of the 21-year-old.
And having paid a fee which equals Burnley's record deals for Robbie Blake and Ian Moore, manager Owen Coyle has admitted his long-term admiration of Paterson.
"I am absolutely delighted to have Martin on board at Burnley," Coyle told the club's official website.
"I admired him even when I was managing in Scotland and he was always a prime target of mine this summer.
"I am excited to have signed such a young, hungry striker who is keen to score goals and I feel sure he will be a success at Turf Moor."