Jason Cummings has spoken of his delight at clinching a move to Nottingham Forest, who have taken him from Hibernian for an undisclosed fee.
The 21-year-old played a key role in the Easter Road club winning the Scottish Championship title last season, earning their return to the top-flight after a three-year absence.
Cummings scored 23 goals in all competitions, taking his total tally to 71 in 150 outings for the club, but he is now relishing the prospect of pulling on the red shirt of his new club.
“I am absolutely delighted. It is a massive club and a great opportunity for me,” said the striker. “I enjoyed my time at Hibs but I just feel it is the right time to move on and further my career.
“I have come here to learn as I will be playing with, and against, a lot better players so I am still at the learning stages and, with the gaffer here, I will only get better.”
Mark Warburton’s side finished 21st in the Championship last season, avoiding relegation by virtue of goal difference only when they beat Ipswich Town 3-0 on the final day of the campaign.