Brown Ideye believes Tony Pulis has helped pull his West Bromwich Albion career back from the brink.
The Baggies' £10 million record signing was on the verge of leaving the club on transfer deadline day.
A £3.75 million move to Al-Gharafa in Qatar was in the pipeline, only for Ideye to stay after Albion missed out on West Ham's Carlton Cole.
Ideye has now scored twice in his last two games, including Wednesday's 2-0 win over Swansea, to double his tally for the season.
He struggled for form and fitness under ex-Albion head coach Alan Irvine following a summer switch from Dynamo Kiev but admitted Pulis has revived him.
West Bromwich Albion's new record signing, Brown Ideye, has revealed on twitter that he will be joining the team "ASAP", after delays over his visa and work permit prevented him joining up with the team.
The 25-year-old joins the club from Dynamo Kiev on a three-year contract.