Welsh sides Swansea and Wrexham have finally agreed compensation of £150,000 for defender Neil Taylor.
The two clubs were originally unable to agree on an amount after the 21-year-old arrived at the Liberty Stadium over the summer.
His move came after his contract expired at the Racecourse Ground but, as he is under 24, the Swans were required to pay a fee for his services.
The matter was set to go to a tribunal on Thursday afternoon but the two sides managed to settle with just hours to spare.
The Swans will now pay the Blue Square Bet Premier outfit £150,000 plus 10 per cent of any profit made on the potential sale of the highly-rated youngster.
The Wales Under 21 talent has already made six league starts and one substitute appearance for the Championship outfit side his switch.