Brentford made their first move in the transfer market on Tuesday after signing Danish defender Henrik Dalsgaard on a three-year deal from SV Zulte Waregam.
Dalsgaard, who plays as a right back, will join the club when the transfer window officially opens and has signed for the Bees for an undisclosed fee.
He has made three appearances for the national side and won the Belgian cup with SV Zulte Waregam last month, although he missed a proportion of the season with a hip injury.
Head coach Dean Smith told the club's official website: “Henrik is a player that we have been looking at for some time and someone we believe can improve the squad.
"We have watched him quite a few times and we like his qualities on the pitch. We also believe he has the right character to fit in to the squad and help us improve. I am looking forward to working with him next season."
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Who is Henrik Dalsgaard?
The full back, after missing the opening few months with a hip injury, has made 16 appearances for Waregem this season, scoring six goals.
Three came in successive games during the Championship round of the Belgian league season, while he signed off with a goal against Charleroi in his final game for the club.
The 27-year-old plays at predominantly at right back, although he started life as a striker as he played for Viborg, Hersom/Bjerregrav IF and Moldrup/Tostrup IF.
At AaB he was given his debut at 20 as a winger but felt he was best suited to the right back position where he has played predominantly ever since.
During his time with the Danish club they completed a league and cup double in the 2013/14 season.
His form there saw him signed by Belgian club Zulte Waregem in December 2015 on a free transfer and he has impressed for one of the leading sides in the division.
Haven't we met before?
Dalsgaard, unsurprisingly, has never lined up against Brentford but he has played along side Bees striker Lasse Vibe for Denmark.
The 27-year-old made his international debut against England conquerers Iceland in their warm-up for Euro 2016, playing the full 90 minutes. Vibe replaced Nicolai Jorgensen on the hour mark.
He made his second appearance against Scotland before facing Bosnia-Herzegovina in the Kirin Cup.
Any surprising facts?
Dalsgaard has featured for the Denmark League XI national team. While not recognised as matches since 2007 by FIFA, they are used to give the national boss an opportunity to evaluate the best home grown players in an international environment.