Daryl Horgan has secured a move to Championship side Wycombe Wanderers from Hibernian.
The six-times Republic of Ireland international spent 18 months previously with Preston North End after moving from Dundalk, and then moved to Scotland in summer 2018, becoming a Hibs regular.
The 28-year-old had played five times already in the new Scottish Premiership season, but Wycombe secured a shock promotion for the upcoming campaign and their manager Gareth Ainsworth has opted to bring in the winger for an undisclosed fee.
Ainsworth said: "Daryl is someone we've kept an eye on ever since he put in that outstanding performance against us and we believe he’s ideally suited to the way we play.
"He’s quick, he’s direct, he loves to run at the defence and he’s got a strong goal threat in terms of scoring and creating chances for his team-mates.
"I’m excited to see what he can do for us and his arrival gives us extra firepower going forward as we look forward to starting on the front foot in the Championship in 10 days’ time."
Horgan started out with Sligo Rovers and his form for Cork City and Dundalk prompted Preston to swoop for him in January 2017.
He played 43 times in total for the Championship club outfit before moving to Scotland where he scored 10 goals in 81 games.
Hibernian head coach Jack Ross said: "Daryl was a genuine pleasure to work with - a manager's dream in the way he applied himself every day.
"I'm disappointed to lose him but it's a good opportunity for Daryl and his family. I wish them all the luck in the world."