Sunderland manager Roy Keane has made his second signing in two days with the £2m capture of Sweden striker Rade Prica from Danish side Aalborg.
Prica played for Aalborg against Spurs in the Uefa Cup this term
Keane, who snapped up Manchester United right-back Phil Bardsley on Tuesday, took his week's spending to £4m with the capture of the 27-year-old.
Prica, top scorer in the Danish league last term, has two goals in 13 games for Sweden and has signed until 2011.
"Rade is an experienced striker with a good goalscoring record," Keane said.
"He's hungry to play in the Premier League and will give us attacking options."
Prica began his career with home-town club Ljungby before moving to Helsingborg.
He then experienced life in the German Bundesliga with Hansa Rostock before joining Aalborg in July 2006, for whom he scored 28 goals in 48 appearances.
Jonny Evans and defender Jean-Yves Mvoto are the other new arrivals at the Stadium of Light this window, with the Black Cats currently 18th in the Premier League.