Brighton have unveiled Bury striker Colin Kazim-Richards as their second new signing of the week.
Kazim-Richards has signed a three-year deal at Brighton
Kazim-Richards' move has been funded by a Seagulls fan winning Coca Cola's £250,000 Win A Player competition.
The 19-year-old has signed a three-year deal with Brighton after turning down Bury's offer of a two-year contract.
The clubs have agreed a "six-figure" compensation package, part of which will depend on appearances, according to Albion chairman Dick Knight.
Seagulls boss Mark McGhee said: "Since it was announced that we had won the money, I had been determined that the money should be invested and not spent without any return.
"I think Colin represents exactly that: an investment. Colin is a player for the future of this club and hopefully we will benefit from this signing in the long term."