Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban has reportedly completed his move to Aston Villa on loan until the end of the season.
Grabban was recalled by the Cherries from his season-long loan spell with Sunderland earlier this month having impressed in a struggling Black Cats side, leaving the Stadium of Light as the club's leading goalscorer.
However, he has quickly been shipped back out to the Championship, with Villa beating fellow promotion hopefuls Cardiff City to his signature on a temporary basis.
Official confirmation has not yet arrived from Villa, but BBC Sport reports that the deal has been completed before the 11pm deadline.
Grabban scored 12 goals in 19 Championship games for Sunderland before being recalled by Bournemouth.