Danny Grant's move to English Championship outfit Huddersfield Town has been completed.
The winger, who has left Bohemians after three years at Dalymount Park, will now link up with Carlos Corberan's side on a three-and-a-half year deal.
The 20-year-old will be available to feature for Huddersfield, who find themselves 12th in the English second tier, from 2 January, subject to international clearance.
Bohemians manager Keith Long backed Grant to continue his progress and added that it was a "good deal" for the Dublin club.
"It's a great opportunity for Danny and, importantly, it’s a good deal for the club.
"Danny has improved year on year since coming to the club, initially with our U19s and then with our first team.
"He’s reached another level this year, becoming an Ireland U21 international and winning the PFAI Young Player of the Year Award.
"He has earned this opportunity. It will be a step up for him but he has proven himself capable at every step he has made so far.
"He’s been given a three-and-a-half year deal by Huddersfield which is a real commitment to him.
"That is a testament to his own ability and to how he has grasped the opportunity afforded to him at Bohemians.
"Obviously we are very disappointed that we are losing a player of his ability. It gives me a problem trying to replace a player of that quality, and hopefully we will have news on that when the time is appropriate.
"But all of the backroom team and players are very happy for him. Everyone at the club wishes him the world of luck with Huddersfield and for his future career."