Sheffield Wednesday have completed the signing of striker Steven Fletcher.
It is believed that Wednesday beat a number of clubs, including relegated Norwich City, to secure the forward
The 29 year old, who has agreed a four-year contract, becomes the Owls first major signing of the summer with the Scotland international having left Sunderland at the end of last season.
The Scotland international had a spell on loan at Marseille at the end of the last campaign.
Fletcher, who began his career at Hibernian before making a £3million switch to Burnley, began last season as one of Sunderland's main frontmen, scoring on the opening day demolition of would-be champions Leicester City.
And though he enjoyed a purple patch for club and country in the Autumn - Fletcher scored four goals in two games for Scotland in their European Championship qualifers against Poland and Gibraltar and was also on target against fierce rivals Newcastle in a 3-0 win - signings made by Black Cats boss Sam Allardyce in January, pushed the striker down the pecking order.
It was then that he accepted a loan move to Ligue 1 and Marseille, where he scored one goal in 14 appearances.
Fletcher's most prolific spell came in a Wolves shirt, whom he signed for from Burnley, with 22 goals between 2010 and 2012, which prompted Sunderland to fork out £12million to secure his services.