Brentford have signed Florian Jozefzoon from PSV Eindhoven on a six-month deal after agreeing a fee with the Dutch giants.
The Bees have a club option on whether they choose to extend 25-year-old winger's contract for the 2017/18 campaign.
The deal is subject to international clearance so it is unclear whether he will be in line to make his debut against Chelsea on Saturday.
Head coach Dean Smith told the club's official website: “We are pleased that Florian has committed to us until at least the end of the season.
“We have been tracking him for a while and we are glad we could get him as we knew there were other suitors trying to capture his signature.
“Florian is a talented player who is an explosive ball carrier and will bring another dimension to our play. We are looking forward to working with him.”
Jozefzoon came through the Ajax academy and made five appearances for the club before joining NAC Breda in 2011 on loan.
He then joined RKC Waalwijk and after a season where he scored seven and set up nine, PSV came calling.
Co-director of football Phil Giles added: “I’d like to welcome Florian to Brentford. He was desperate to play football and has agreed to join us for the rest of the season to show everyone what he is capable of.
"Hopefully this will be a successful six months and we will be in a position to secure Florian for a longer period at the end of the season.”
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