Hal Robson-Kanu, Wales sensation at the Euro 2016, will be playing in the Premier League after signing for West Brom.
The former Reading striker scored two goals for Wales at the Euro 2016, before crashing out in the semifinal.
A host of EPL clubs were on high alert following his performances, especially after his contract with Reading expired last season.
And it is Tony Pulis’ West Brom who have won the race for his signature as the 27-year-old signed a two-year deal with option for a third at the Hawthorns on Wednesday.
“It was an important decision for me and my family and we took our time,” Robson-Kanu declared to the club’s official website.
“But it’s a fantastic club and manager and I’m really happy to be here.
“I’m particularly pleased to be back in the Premier League. I am grateful for everything that Reading have done for me and I enjoyed my time there.
“But it’s great to take this step.”
Robson-Kanu is an immediate replacement for Rickie Lambert, the England international signing for Cardiff City for two years after the clubs agreed an undisclosed fee.
“I am very excited to be here at Cardiff City.,” Lambert told Cardiff’s official website.
“The sooner I can get on the score-sheet and start helping my new club, the better. I’m used to being relied on to score goals.”