Ghana international Andre Ayew has rejoined Swansea City on a three-and-a-half-year deal, the club have announced.
The Black Star returns to Liberty Stadium from West Ham, two years after leaving the Jack Army.
Although the fee involved in the transfer remains undisclosed, Goal understand the club record deal is worth £18 million.
"Ayew has put pen to paper on a three-and-a-half-year contract at the Liberty Stadium after the Swans agreed an undisclosed fee with the Hammers," the club have confirmed.
"The 28-year-old forward returns to Wales having left the Swans to join West Ham for £20.5 million almost 18 months ago.
"His arrival is a major boost for boss Carlos Carvalhal, who has been looking to strengthen his forward line throughout the January transfer window."
Set to reunite with younger brother Jordan, Andre was a massive hit during his first spell at Liberty Stadium.
In 34 Premier League appearances - all starts - the Ghanaian netted 12 goals, finishing the season as the Jack's top scorer.
His good showing saw him on a move to West Ham after just one year with the Welsh outfit.
Limited opportunities at London Stadium have, however, have necessitated a move back to Wales
In 2015, the deputy Ghana captain came to England from France, where he played for Marseille, Lorient and Arles-Avignon.