Birmingham have sealed the signing of Luton striker Rowan Vine.
Vine has inked a three-and-a-half-year deal at St Andrews after agreeing personal terms and passing a medical.
Birmingham agreed an undisclosed fee with Luton earlier on Thursday and they have moved quickly to tie up the transfer.
Vine has enjoyed a fine season at Luton and his performances have attracted the interest of a host of clubs including Birmingham, West Brom and Cardiff.
Birmingham were keen to bring in a new striker after losing Nicklas Bendtner, Mikael Forssell and Cameron Jerome to injury and Vine will help provide cover for Steve Bruce's men.
Vine was delighted to make the move to Birmingham and he has set his sights on helping them win promotion to the Premiership."I'm absolutely delighted. I see it as a massive compliment that a team like Birmingham, who are top of the league, wanted to sign me and I couldn't have asked for much more really," Vine told the club's official website.
"I knew of the interest from West Brom and Cardiff and a couple of others but I just concentrated on playing until I got the nod.
"I had two and a half brilliant years at Luton and I made a lot of friends but the pros of leaving really outweigh the cons.
"Hopefully for me it's about being able to achieve what I want to do which is play at the top level, so it's a massive opportunity for me.
"I'm confident in my own ability and I've done well this year. Hopefully I can come into a squad, which obviously has a lot of quality, and try to give the team something else.
"To be fair Steve Bruce didn't have to really convince me that much. This was exactly the move I wanted. It was as close to the Premier League as you could be.
"I spoke to Steve and he said he wanted me in because he'd watched me play and I'd done well and I was the type of player he wanted to bring in and that was enough for me."