Norwich City have completed the signing of SC Paderborn striker Dennis Srbeny on a three-and-a-half year deal for an undisclosed fee.
The 23-year-old moves to Carrow Road following six months with the German third tier side, having previously represented BFC Dynamo.
This season, Srbeny has scored nine times and laid on eight assists in 15 league appearances – finding the net in Paderborn’s most recent fixture away to Chemnitzer on Saturday.
"It's been a dream for me to play in England," he told Norwich City TV.
"The fans, the stadium and the atmosphere was the reason I decided on Norwich. I think we can make big things here."
On his latest acquisition, Head Coach Daniel Farke said: "Dennis is a really talented and young striker.
"We won’t put too much pressure on him, but he’s full of potential. He's in a really good rhythm and was probably Paderborn's most important offensive player.
"We're really happy to sign a striker full of self-confidence who has scored a lot of goals."