Bolton Wanderers have made a third signing in a matter of five days, after the capture of striker Jamie Proctor was confirmed on Tuesday afternoon.
The 24-year old, who knows new Whites manager Phil Parkinson well after spending the latter half of last season on loan at Bradford City, scoring four times in 16 appearances, comes to the Macron Stadium on a two year deal.
Proctor, who's been often described as a player who'll run threw brick walls for the cause, joins fellow new signings Mark Beevers and Chris Taylor at the club, which marks a positive start to Parkinson's reign as boss.
As well as Bradford, Proctor has turned out for Preston North End, Swansea City, Crawley Town and Fleetwood Town in his career thus far.
Proctor will jet out to Malmo to join up with the rest of the Whites squad in the pre-season training camp and will no doubt pull on the White shirt for the first time when Bolton play Helinborg on Saturday.