Striker Cameron Jerome has left Norwich City to join Derby County for an undisclosed fee.
Jerome joined the Canaries from Stoke City in August 2014, going on to net 20 times in 44 Sky Bet Championship matches during the 2014-15 campaign.
Among those strikes was the opening goal at Wembley in May 2015, as City's 2-0 play-off final victory over Middlesbrough saw them earn promotion to the Premier League.
The following season saw another memorable moment, with the frontman hitting the target to help his side secure a famous 2-1 win away to Manchester United.
This term, Jerome has scored twice in 17 outings, taking his overall tally while with the club to 42 goals in 138 appearances across all competitions.
City Head Coach Daniel Farke said: "We took the decision where if everything was fine between the clubs, Cameron could go.
"It was a tricky decision. He has done so much for this club and always had a good attitude, so we respect what he wanted to do.
"With Cameron going, there is space in the squad. We are looking to strengthen in the striking areas."
Everyone at Norwich City would like to thank Cameron for his considerable contribution to the club and wish him well for the future.