The 27-year-old has re-signed for the Cherries after leaving Norwich.
The forward left the Cherries for the Canaries in 2014 but has frequently been linked with a return to Eddie Howe's side since.
On this occasion, Bournemouth have got their man, leaving Norwich with one less striker but still looking like they know what they are doing when it comes to fighting relegation.
Here's how the 27-year-old former and current Bournemouth man Grabban reacted on Twitter to his move:
So happy to have signed at Bmouth once again and can't wait to get going. Thanks for all the messages welcoming me back— Lewis Grabban (@grabbs22) January 11, 2016
Norwich forward Kyle Lafferty was keen to wish Grabban all the best and the latter's departure could see the former stay at Carrow Road if the Canaries need cover.
@grabbs22 congrats mate will be missed in the dressing room top player and top guy.— KV (@LaffK) January 11, 2016
Just two points separate Norwich and Bournemouth in the battle for survival so Grabban's move is an intriguing one.
The Cherries host West Ham United in the Premier League on Tuesday night, while Alex Neil's men travel to Stoke City on Wednesday.
Will the Grabban move prove key when it comes to Bournemouth's survival hopes?