Tottenham Hotspur winger Aaron Lennon has pulled on the shirt of Everton for a series of photos following his loan move to Goodison Park later posted on the Toffees' official Twitter account.
The 27-year-old winger agreed a temporary switch to Merseyside on transfer deadline day, with the BBC among those reporting that Hull City, Stoke City and Queens Park Rangers were also interested in the player.
Lennon has made an impressive 364 appearances for Tottenham thus far, but this season has not gone according to plan on an individual level, with the England international playing just nine times in the Premier League and featuring for just 279 minutes in that competition.
On his day Lennon can be a fantastic wide-man and Everton manager Roberto Martinez has pulled off yet another coup in the loan market, following previous deals for Romelu Lukaku and Gerard Deulofeu.
Everton are currently 12th in the Premier League, with 26 points from 23 matches, and Lennon will be tasked with helping them climb back into the top 10 before potentially making a late push for a European place.
The latter is a very big ask, with Tottenham among those fighting it out in a tightly contested pack at in and around the top five. But whatever the rest of the campaign holds for Lennon, he should light up the Toffees side if he plays to his full potential.