Burton Albion have signed Will Miller on a two-year deal from Tottenham Hotspur, with the forward becoming the second signing of the day after the arrival of John Brayford earlier.
Miller becomes the Brewers' 11th signing of a busy window, and adds more attacking options up front after Joe Mason's arrival on a loan deal from Wolverhampton Wanderers last week.
The 21-year-old was out of the picture at Spurs, and hasn't made a first-team appearance this season and now heads to the Brewers - vying with Marvin Sordell, Lucas Akins and Mason for a spot up front.
Attacking options were always going to be vital heading into another Championship season, and Brewers boss Nigel Clough thought he had those in abundance with the record arrival of Liam Boyce from Ross County in the summer.
Boyce, though, picked up a serious knee injury in pre-season, ruling him out for the campaign - and that has led to a scramble for more attacking options.
Miller arrives following a season-long loan spell at the Pirelli Stadium last term, in which he made 16 appearances, notching one goal - a crucial late equaliser against Wolves back in a 1-1 draw September.
"Will was great to have around the place last year and improved with us so we took the chance to get him back and be part of the squad – you can’t have too many strikers in the Championship and he can play wide as well," Clough commented on Miller's arrival.
"I'm really excited to be coming back and working again with all the players I already know and the new signings. I have really good relationship with everybody at the club so I can’t wait.
"Last season, I think I improved a lot and learnt a lot from the other lads and the coaching staff and there’s a lot more to come and hopefully I can keep improving and do my bit for the team.
"The Championship is a demanding league and strength in depth is very important."