French striker Nicolas Anelka has joined West Brom on a one-year deal with the club holding an option of extending it for a second year.
This will be the sixth Premier League club for Anelka, 34, who spent part of last season at Juventus.
He has won the Premier League with Arsenal and Chelsea as well as the Champions League with Real Madrid.
He has scored more than 100 league goals in England and was the top scorer in the Premier League in 2008-9.
Anelka, who has also won 69 caps for France, is West Brom's first signing of the summer and will wear the number 39.
PREMIER LEAGUE HISTORY:
- Arsenal (1997-99): 28 goals in 74 games
- Liverpool (2001-02) 5 goals in 15 games
- Man City (2002-05) 46 goals in 101 games
- Bolton (2006-08) 23 goals in 58 games
- Chelsea (2008-12) 59 goals in 146 games
West Brom head coach Steve Clarke worked with Anelka at Chelsea in 2008 and says he is delighted at capturing such a big name which, he believes, will go a long way towards replacing Romelu Lukaku's 17 league goals last season.
Richard Garlick says the signing shows how far West Brom have come in the last few years.