Tom Ince has pleased Nottingham Forest supporters by signing for the club on loan from Hull City.
The Reds are looking to add more creativity to the squad, after a poor run of form of late, and Stuart Pearce clearly thinks the 22-year-old can do just that.
The Reds have not won in their last eight fixtures in all competitions and this worrying run of form has forced the manager to act decisively.
Ince has already proven his quality at this level, but he has failed to make an impact at Hull and they will be hoping that this move can see him rediscover his best form.
If it does, it looks set to be a good move for all parties as Forest look to get back into promotion contention.
The club are currently four points off the top two spaces and they need to get back to winning ways soon.
Ince should help them do this, as he will be able to feed the likes of Britt Assombalonga and Michail Antonio in attacking situations and the hope is that that will improve their goalscoring threat.
Here is the best reaction from Nottingham Forest supporters on Twitter.
We got Ince on board then. Here's hoping he can rediscover his form he showed at Blackpool! #nffc— Hannah Dexter (@hannahforest) October 30, 2014
Brilliant news on Tom Ince. Hopefully we can get him longer than the initial one month loan! #nffc— Daniel Simmons (@D_Simmons_10) October 30, 2014
Ince is a good signing but not what we need. Already have Paterson and need players to replace Cohen and Reid in midfield #NFFC— Stewart Charlton (@stewcharlton) October 30, 2014
Working with Pearce is an attractive prospect & convincing decent players to choose us. We would never have signed Ince under Billy #nffc— Hols (@Hollymonster79) October 30, 2014
If Ince can find that form he had at Blackpool then he'll prove to be a quality addition #nffc not too shabby of a signing tbh.— Claire (@LilMissRedDog) October 30, 2014
Reckon we've signed Ince to play number 10 in a 4-2-3-1. Less pressure on our wingers to defend & more midfield threat. #nffc— Ted Bromley-Hall (@TJBH) October 30, 2014