Mexican striker Antonio Pedroza says he will join Tottenham this summer after agreeing a deal with the north London club.
The 20-year-old Jaguares hot shot is eligible to play for England, having been born in this country, and had been touted to make the Under 20 squad for the World Cup this summer.
However, Pedroza failed to make the final squad of 21, but will seemingly have the opportunity to further enhance his credentials in the Barclays Premier League next season.
"I can announce that my transfer to Tottenham has been arranged," said Pedroza who had previously had trials with Arsenal and Chelsea.
"I didn't want to renew my contract with Jaguares because I knew that there was a chance to be transferred to a team in the Premier League.
"I am very happy and satisfied having played for an important team like Jaguares. Now I have the chance to make a dream come true to play in Europe.
"I have spoken with the officials of Jaguares and they have confirmed to me that everything is okay for me to leave and be transferred to Tottenham.
"The only thing that is left to resolve is something related to my journey to England."
Should Perdroza's proposed move to White Hart Lane come to fruition as he suggests, then he will become Spurs' second summer signing after veteran goalkeeper Brad Friedel.