Excelsior hot-shot Andwele Slory will be a Feyenoord player next term after the Kuip club confirmed they would be taking up the option to sign the forward.
The 24-year-old has made rapid progress this term and it had long been mooted that he would head to Feyenoord in the summer.
His efforts at the Woudestein Stadium this term have impressed Feyenoord's paymasters and they have handed him a two-year deal, which will start in the summer.
Feyenoord have also confirmed they will allow Moroccan striker Ali Boussaboun to move on in January.
The forward has slipped down the pecking order and will be given the chance to head for a new challenge in January.
In other news, keeper Patrick Lodewijks (pictured) could be back in contention by the end of January after it was confirmed a knee operation passed off without a hitch.
"It went well, the expectation is that Patrick will be ready to return to the squad in six weeks," Feyenoord doctor Robbart van Linschoten told the club's website.