Leeds United winger Kemar Roofe has been pictured in training for his new side, after flying out to join his new teammates.
Roofe completed his move to Leeds United from Oxford United on Thursday for an undisclosed fee, as one of four new additions the same week, along with Matt Grimes, Hadi Sacko and Rob Green.
Oxford's Kemar Roofe gets past a tackle from Barnsley's Marc Roberts
Roofe is with the rest of the squad in Ireland during their pre-season training camp. The Whites play two matches within the next week against Shelbourne and then Shamrock Rovers.
The forward scored a prolific 25 goals in all competitions over the last season for Oxford, including strikes against Premier League side Swansea City in the FA Cup.
Leeds' Lewis Cook in action with Derby's George Thorne
While there is disappointment at Leeds amid Lewis Cook's departure to Premier League side Bournemouth, the arrival of Roofe lifts the atmosphere at a crucial time.
If he can translate his League Two form into making an impact at Championship level then the club have bought a bargain.