West Brom have completed the signing of Matt Phillips from QPR.
The Premier League side have not disclosed the fee paid for the 25-year-old winger but it is understood to be in excess of £5million.
Phillips has penned a four-year contract and is the first signing made by Baggies boss Tony Pulis this summer.
“We’re really pleased to have Matty on board,” said Pulis.
“This is a great chance for him to show everyone he belongs in the top-flight of English football.”
Phillips played 82 times for QPR, scoring 13 goals, after joining the Hoops from Blackpool in 2013 in a £5m deal.
The Scotland international was a virtual ever-present for the Championship side last season but was unable to help them launch a promotion challenge.
He will travel to Austria on Thursday with his new team-mates for a pre-season training camp – a trip which includes a high-profile friendly against French treble-winners Paris St Germain on July 13.
West Brom technical director Nick Hammond added: “I think it’s fair to say Matt has been on the radar for a period of time and we’re very pleased to have finally got his signature.
“He’s a great acquisition because he adds to the versatility within the group. He gives us both wide positions and is also able to play as a central striker. We’re absolutely delighted to welcome Matt to the club.”