Huddersfield Town have signed Kidderminster Harriers striker Joe Lolley for an undisclosed six-figure fee on a two-and-a-half-year deal.
Lolley, 21, has scored 11 times in 25 games this season, including the goal that saw Harriers knock Peterborough out of the FA Cup on Tuesday.
He joined Kidderminster from Midland Combination side Littleton last summer after scoring 88 goals in 83 games.
Huddersfield have the option of an extra year on the deal.
"There has been a lot of speculation about this deal in recent days and so we're delighted to add Joe to our squad at last," boss Mark Robins told the club website.
"Joe's acquisition fits perfectly with the club's clear ethos of bringing in talented, young, hungry players with lots of long term development in them."