Norwich City have made winger Luke Chadwick's loan move from Championship rivals Stoke City a permanent arrangement.
The former Manchester United trainee completed a £200,000 move from The Potters on Wednesday, having been on loan with The Canaries since November.
The 26-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half year contract with The Canaries, with an option for a further 12 months beyond that.
Even though the former Reading, Burnley and West Ham United man remains on the sidelines for another month with a knee injury, Carrow Road boss Peter Grant was pleased to keep Chadwick with the Norfolk-based club.
"People saw on his debut what a good player he can be for us," Grant told the club's official website.
"He was the shining light for us that day and we also saw how good he was when he was in the Stoke side which beat us 5-0.
"He's another player with great quality and will add to our squad. He wants to be successful and wants to be back playing in the Premier League with us."