Brentford have Akaki Gogia on a free transfer from German 3. Liga side Hallescher FC; their first piece of summer business.
The Georgian born winger appears likely to be involved in Brentford's set-pieces, something owner Matthew Benham wants to see improved next season, after scoring from long-range free kicks this season, taking the role of Alex Pritchard who has returned to Tottenham. He also is Hallescher's penalty taker.
He also possesses an abundance of pace, as is shown when he races to pick up the ball against Wehen before cutting inside to score.
Gogia also possesses good feet and the skill to evade defenders, as seen against Chemnitz. He can pick a pass to set up attacking moves.
The 23-year-old came through the ranks at Wolfsburg and had loan spells at FC Augsberg and St Pauli.
Gogia will join the club in July once his contractwith the German club expires.