Darren Bent has signed for Fulham on a season-long loan from Aston Villa.
Bent, 29, scored six goals in 23 appearances for Villa last term.
Fulham boss Martin Jol said: "He gives us pace up front and I am confident that he will add to our goals scored tally this season."
It is the second time Jol has signed Bent after buying him for Spurs in a £16.5m deal from Charlton in 2007.
The Dutchman added: "He has shown in the Premier League that he is composed and clinical in front of goal but, even if he is not scoring, he is involved in some good link-up play, creating opportunities for his team-mates."
It is not clear whether the deal includes an option to buy at the end of the season.
Bent becomes Fulham's seventh summer signing under the new ownership of Shahid Khan, who also owns American Football side Jacksonville Jaguars.
Other notable arrivals include forward Adel Taarabt on loan from Queens Park Rangers and goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg from Roma for an undisclosed fee.
Both Newcastle boss Alan Pardew and Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway believed Bent was close to signing for their respective clubs before he opted for Fulham.
"I think he was close in terms of the deal but Darren has decided his future lies elsewhere and we wish him all the best," said Pardew on Friday.
Bent has made 13 appearances for England, scoring four goals, but has not played for his country since before Euro 2012.