Burton Albion have broken their transfer record for the third time in a year to make Ross County striker Liam Boyce their second summer signing - but just who is the Brewers' new target man?
Boyce became Albion's record signing in an undisclosed deal after he put pen to paper on an three-year contract on Tuesday afternoon.
The frontman notched 23 league goals for the Staggies last term, eclipsing even the likes of Celtic pair Moussa Dembele and Scott Sinclair.
Here's five important facts to get you up to speed with the Brewers' historic signing
He scores goals…
As previously mentioned, he finished top of the goalscoring charts last term in Scotland's top flight – but that wasn't just a one off.
In total, Boyce has bagged 48 goals in 99 Scottish Premiership games for County, an average of just under one goal every two games.
In a league that is so often maligned and compared to the Championship, Albion would be more than pleased if he brought that strike rate with him south of the border.
Boyce is an international…
He joins Albion's first signing of the summer, Matty Lund, and current Brewers defender Tom Flanagan as part of Northern Ireland's expanding Burton contingent.
Boyce has actually notched for his country as well. During his eighth international appearance in the recent friendly with New Zealand - the same game in which Flanagan made his debut - the 26-year-old grabbed the winner in a 1-0 win with a cool finish.
Boyce jinked past a couple of Kiwi defenders before slamming home a left-footed shot into the bottom-right corner, in just the latest example of his finishing ability.
He began his career with local club Cliftonville…
The prolific forward bagged 19 goals in his debut season for Belfast club Cliftonville in the NIFL Premiershio - and after a season in the reserves was promoted to the first-team, where he won the Northern Ireland Football Writers' player of the year award for the 2009/10 season.
He spent two years with Cliftonville before moving to Germany to take up a place with Werder Bremen's reserve side in August 2010.
That move didn't work out for Boyce, and he was released after a year in October 2011 having made just three appearances for the German side, before re-joining Cliftonville in January 2012. But it has been a rise and rise since for the Northern Ireland man.
He once had a trial with Celtic…
After that first season with Cliftonville, Boyce was hot property and was reportedly coveted by a number of high-profile English and Spanish clubs.
But one club that actually took him on a trial were Scottish giants Celtic, who ultimately decided not to sign the striker.
Neil Lennon reportedly wanted to see what Boyce was made of in a real game, but Werder stepped in and signed him.
He's a double league and cup winner…
Boyce brings experience of winning trophies to the Pirelli Stadium, having lifted back-to-back Irish Premiership and League Cup trophies in 2012/13 and 2013/14.
He also won the Scottish League Cup in 2015/16, a remarkable feat considering the might of Celtic, Rangers and now Aberdeen up against the Staggies.
That League Cup success came alongside then-Staggie Jackson Irvine. The presence of the Australian international in the Pirelli Stadium dressing room will surely help Boyce settle in at Albion.