Watford have completed the signing of Burnley striker Andre Gray, with Brentford pocketing £1.9million as a sell on fee.
The Bees frontman departed Griffin Park in the summer of 2015 for a fee of £9million and, with the Hornets paying a reported £18.5m, it means the west Londoners benefit from a healthy sell-on clause.
The Bees do not have to pay Luton anything further with Hatters chief executive Gary Sweet telling sister title the Beds on Sunday when asked about it: "No, nothing further."
Gray has penned a five year deal and becomes the Hornets' club record signing, much like he was Burnley's biggest expenditure two years ago.
A Watford club statement read: “Watford FC is delighted to announce the signing of striker Andre Gray for a club record transfer fee.
“The 26-year-old moves to Vicarage Road from fellow Premier League side Burnley on a five-year deal.
“Gray found the net 33 times during two seasons with the Clarets, including nine goals in 26 top-flight starts during 2016/17.
“The pacey centre-forward arrived at Turf Moor in 2015 following a £9m move from Brentford, where he had scored 20 goals in 52 games.
“After making his professional debut for Shrewsbury Town in 2009, Gray enjoyed prolific spells in non-league with Hinckley United and Luton Town before switching to Griffin Park in 2014.”