The Welsh star has finally completed his move from Swansea to Tottenham, and was pictured with his new club's shirt.
Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) July 23, 2014
Battling with Liverpool for the 21-year-old's signature looked an impossible task given the Luis Suarez war chest the Merseyside club was sitting on, and despite seemingly winning the race for the left back Tottenham fans have faced a nail biting few days with little confirmation as to the status of the deal.
It looks like the South Wales club never accepted a bid from Brendan Rodgers' outfit, and with Gylfi Sigurdsson's availability proving to be the winning hand, Davies' move to Tottenham looked more and more likely.
If Spurs supporters needed any more convincing, they merely had to look at training footage within the last couple of days that showed the defender training with the club's players on their tour of North America.
And now the move has been confirmed, as well as the switches of Davies' Swansea teammate Michel Vorm to North London and Sigurdsson to Swansea, and the club have published a picture of their new player proudly holding up the famous lilywhite shirt.
The Wales international himself tweeted his delight at completing his move.
Delighted to be joining @SpursOfficial looking forward to getting started and to a successful season!— Ben Davies (@Ben_Davies33) July 23, 2014
There may even be a chance for Davies to feature in tonight's friendly with Toronto FC. Though if he doesn't, he'll likely make his debut against Chicago Fire later in the week.