It just wouldn't be the transfer window without Norwich City buying a player from Leeds United, with the Canaries having now remarkably attracted a Leeds player in each of the last four transfer windows!
Argentinian hitman Luciano Becchio was the latest talent to seek pastures new in Norfolk, with the 29-year-old signing a three-and-a-half-year contract with the club.
The move saw Steve Morison head in the opposite direction in addition to a small undisclosed fee, and Norwich will be hoping that Becchio will provide the extra firepower needed to get them over the finishing line this season.
Becchio has consistently hit the back of the net for a number of years now in Yorkshire, culminating in 19 goals in 29 appearances for Neil Warnock's mid-table side this season.
The form he has shown during this campaign is likely to have been the decisive factor in persuading Chris Hughton to bring the striker to Carrow Road, especially after failing to prize Gary Hooper away from Celtic.
The Canaries' boss will hope that Becchio can continue to score goals at a higher level.
It's obvious that Becchio is a natural goalscorer, and if given the chances, I'm confident that he will put them away more often that not.