Fulham have completed the signing of Braga striker Rui Fonte, who joins the club on a three year deal with a club option for a further 12 months.
GetWestLondon revealed in June that the Whites were tracking the former Arsenal and Crystal Palace man and they have finally completed the deal with the fee remaining undisclosed.
Fulham, and head coach Slavisa Jokanovic, have been looking for a striker since Chris Martin's tempestuous loan spell from Derby came to an end in May.
And Fonte is delighted to be back in England and sees the new season as an amazing challenge.
"I am very happy and very excited to sign for Fulham, this is an amazing challenge," he told the club's official website.
"Fulham is a massive club and I’m looking forward to it.
"I wanted to say a big thank you to Braga who took me in as family and I’m thankful to all the staff and fans for their support during my time there."
Tony Khan confirmed that the club have been tracking Fonte for some time and it is another step in Shahid Khan's ambitions for Fulham.
A statement from Tony Khan read: "Rui Fonte is a substantial talent, and I'm thrilled to welcome him to the Fulham Football Club.
"We have been interested in Rui for a long time. We have great aspirations for the future of this club, and today we have taken another step towards realizing them by adding a striker known for his immense skill and selfless teamwork. COYW!"