Brentford forward Jota has completed a move away from Griffin Park to join Birmingham, with the Blues paying a club record fee for the Spaniard.
The 26-year-old first moved to Griffin Park in the summer of 2014, with the club paying a then record fee for his services.
Jota became a fans' favourite within months of his arrival, scoring a last minute winner against west London rivals Fulham in November of that year.
Indeed, it was the late goals that the Spaniard became renowned for with fans singing 'Jota in the last minute' after his goal against the Whites.
After helping the Bees reach the play-offs in the 2014/15 campaign, the Spaniard's second season started badly after he was injured by Jonathan Douglas on the opening day.
Family issues forced Jota into returning to Eibar on an 18-month loan in January 2016 but Brentford recalled him on New Year's Eve.
His return to west London was a success, scoring a hat-trick against Rotherham, and finding himself nominated for the Championship player of the month honour.
Brentford triggered the one year extension in his contract, agreed ahead of his loan move, and have now cashed in on the Spaniard, who was unlikely to agree a new deal at Griffin Park, despite the Bees making the best possible offer they could do with their resources.