Robbie Brady signed for AFC Bournemouth earlier today and put pen-to-paper on a deal initially until the end of the season.
Having been scouted play for the prestigious St. Kevin's Boys in Ireland, he signed for Manchester United as a 16-year-old where he continued to progress for the rest of his youth.
Successful loan spells at Hull City saw Brady sign permanently for the Tigers in the summer of 2013, having helped them to promotion from the Championship that year.
After two years in Humberside, he then enjoyed a spell at Norwich, before a club-record transfer fee brought the midfielder to Burnley.
Internationally, Brady enjoyed his biggest success in an Ireland shirt during Euro 2016, scoring a last-minute goal against Italy to send Martin O'Neil's side to the knockout stages.
Despite defeat to France in the last 16, he did manage to get on the scoresheet after netting a penalty in the 2-1 loss.
Flick through the gallery above for the best images from Brady's career so far.