The All Whites striker Chris Wood has confirmed he's returning to English football's premier league, having signed a two year deal with Burnley.
Wood, who's currently with Championship side Leeds, has signed with Burnley for a club record fee for four years, making the 25 year old the club's sixth new signing of the transfer window.
Wood was the leading scorer in the Championship last season, having scored 27 goals for Leeds United.
The deal is reportedly worth $26 million.
Wood has previously played nine times in the Premier League, with West Bromwich Albion and Leicester City.
He said it has been his ambition to return to England's top flight.
"I've had tastes of being in there but I've never had the chance to give it a proper bash," he told Burnley's website.
"This is a club that wants to stay in the Premier League for years to come and it's going that way.
"The squad has done fantastically over the last couple of years to put themselves in the position they are now.
"There have been some great additions this summer, which I'm sure has given everyone an added boost, to move forward and cement us as a Premier League team and looking on further up the league."
New Zealanders to have played in the Premier League.
198 appearances - Ryan Nelson (Blackburn Rovers, Tottenham Hotspur, Queens Park Rangers; 9 goals)
151 appearances - Winston Reid - 150 (West Ham United; 6 goals)
12 appearances- Simon Elliott (Fulham FC)
9 appearances- Chris Wood (West Bromwich Albion, Leicester City; 1 goal)
5 appearances - Danny Hay (Leeds United)
3 appearances - Lee Norfolk (Ipswich Town)