Southend striker Lee Bradbury has made his loan move to Bournemouth permanent, and has signed a contract at Dean Court until the end of the season.
Bradbury has decided to leave Southend
Bradbury, 32, joined on loan last week until January, and made an impressive debut in the 2-1 win at Doncaster.
Also, Leicester winger Max Gradel, 19, has extended his month-long loan at Bournemouth until January.
"We all saw at Doncaster the positive impact Bradders had on the side," Cherries vice-chairman Steve Sly said.
"Everyone has been lifted by the victory last week and this excellent addition to the squad can help us kick on and realise our ambitions."
Southend assistant boss Paul Brush explained last week that Bradbury, who hails from the Isle of Wight, had wanted to move nearer to his south coast home.
Bradbury scored nine goals in 52 senior appearances for the Shrimpers since joining them in January 2006.
He also played for Portsmouth (two spells), Exeter, Manchester City, Crystal Palace, Birmingham, Sheffield Wednesday, Derby, Walsall and Oxford before joining Southend.