Wolves striker Henri Camara has moved to Celtic on a season-long loan deal.
Henri Camara was fined for missing training Molineux
The 27-year-old Senegal striker joined after Celtic were given permission to speak to him after accepting a loan offer of about £1.5m.
The Scottish champions also have the option of making the move permanent at a further cost of £5.8m.
"I am very pleased to have Henri Camara on board. He will be a welcome addition to the squad," Bhoys manager Martin O'Neill told his club's website.
"If things go well for him here we'll have the option to buy him at the end of the season."
Camara added: "I can't wait to get started.
"I hope to make a major contribution to the team's results and help us get into the second stage of the Champions League for the first time."
Camara handed in a transfer request after Wolves were relegated and he told the club he did not want to play lower division football.