Leicester City have confirmed the signing of Croatian striker Andrej Kramaric for an undisclosed fee from Rijeka.
Kramaric has undergone a medical, agreed personal terms, and will sign a contract till June 2018 when his work permit is granted.
Leicester confirmed that they had completed the purchase of Kramaric today on their official website.
Pearson looking for goals
Foxes manager Nigel Pearson believes the signing can help add to some firepower to Leicester's frontline.
City currently lie at the foot of the Premier League table and have also linked with Burnley striker Danny Ings and Japanese international Shinji Okazaki.
Kramaric's impressive goalscoring record
Leicester's new signing has a fantastic scoring record so far this season with Rijeka.
Kramaric has scored 21 goals in 18 league games for the Croatian side and scored eight goals in one game in November 2013 when his side beat Zmaj Blato 11-0.
The 23-year old has involved in the Croatian national side and made his debut in August 2014.
Foxes' newest striker has gone on to make three more caps for his national side and has scored two goals.
City fans will have to wait to see their new man in action. The Croatian isn't available for City's Premier League clash with Aston Villa on Saturday but is still a big boost to Leicester's hopes of staying up.