Winger Hameur Bouazza has joined Fulham from Watford for a fee that could rise to £4m.
Hameur Bouazza was eager to return to the Premiership
The 22-year-old has agreed a four-year deal and is Cottagers manager Lawrie Sanchez's eighth signing of the summer.
Sanchez told his club's website: "He will provide further pace and attacking guile to our frontline."
Bouazza said: "I've got a few days training to settle in and hopefully I'll be involved on Sunday against Arsenal. It's going to be a big game."
He added: "I'm really pleased to have joined Fulham. It has been a long wait and I'm just happy to be here and I'm looking forward to getting out on the training pitch."
Fulham have had a busy summer, having already captured Diomansy Kamara, Aaron Hughes, Steven Davis, Chris Baird, David Healy, Paul Konchesky and Lee Cook.
And Sanchez feels satisfied that the club is in a good shape for the new campaign.
He said: "We are only a few days away from our first game of the season at the Emirates Stadium and I am confident that we have a group of players that will do well in the Premier League this season.
"I am delighted with what the club has achieved in the transfer market this summer."