Bristol City believe they have landed the goal scorer who will fire them into the Championship play-offs this season and move the club closer to the Premier League.
The Robins' protracted search for a new striker has finally concluded with the £4million capture of Nahki Wells from Burnley on a three-and-a-half year deal.
But club captain and fan favourite Josh Brownhill has moved in the opposite direction for a reported £9 million.
Wells, 29, has been on loan at QPR for the last 18 months, for whom he scored 24 goals in 72 games.
By an odd twist of fate the Bermudian is now set to make his debut for the Robins against his former club on Saturday (February 1).
Bristol City quickly created a video celebrating the arrival of their new centre forward at Ashton Gate.
Josh Bronwhill's departure represents good business by the hierarchy at Ashton Gate but supporters will be disappointed to see the captain move on.
Brownhill made 160 appearances and scored 17 goals for the Robins and was regarded as one of the best midfielders in the Championship.
The 24-year-old midfielder has put pen to paper at Turf Moor after three-and-a-half years at City.