David Moyes has gradually forged a strong reputation in the transfer market, having continually unearthed bargain buys and moulded them into Premier League stars at Everton.
The likes of Tim Cahill, Mikel Arteta and Seamus Coleman were all recruited for next to nothing, while the relatively small amounts paid for Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines and Joleon Lescott have also proved shrewd manoeuvres.
Of course, there are also occasions he's missed, as with all managers, but Moyes now faces a very different challenge at Manchester United—targeting high-calibre players with a substantial amount of backing.
With bigger fees comes bigger expectations and pressure on those signings to instantly deliver, something Moyes has not been so accustomed to at Everton.
To highlight Manchester United's recent approach, here's a look at their best and worst moves of the past 10 years, from 2003-2013, to better outline his task ahead.