Yannick Bolasie completed his move from Crystal Palace to Everton this afternoon.
The 27-year-old joins Everton in a big-money deal which could reach up to £30 million, according to The Mail.
The jet-heeled winger is the fourth player Toffees boss Ronald Koeman has spent money on this summer as Bolasie follows Maarten Stekelenburg, Idrissa Gueye and Ashley Williams to Goodison Park so far.
Everton will be the seventh English club that Bolasie has played for in what has been a well-travelled career which includes stints with the likes of Bristol City, Barnet and Plymouth Argyle over the past eight years.
Indeed, the Democratic Republic of Congo star has had plenty of team-mates down the years, and three of them wished him well on Twitter following the switch.
Sheffield Wednesday star Barry Bannan played alongside him at Palace, as did the now-retired Danny Gabbidon, while David James and Leeds striker Chris Wood were once in the same Bristol City side as him.
Leeds United's Chris Wood
Well done on the move mate Deserved it for your hard work all the best @YannickBolasie ⚽️— barry bannan (@bazzabannan25) August 15, 2016
Well deserved move bro! @YannickBolasie Will smash it there!— Chris Wood (@officialcwood) August 15, 2016
Bannan, who joined Sheffield Wednesday last summer, spent two years at Crystal Palace.
Bolasie could make his Everton debut when Koeman's side visit West Bromwich Albion this weekend.
Sheffield Wednesday's Barry Bannan in action with Brighton's Bruno