Norwich City have agreed to sign Matt Jarvis on a permanent deal from fellow Premier League side West Ham United when the transfer window opens next month.
The winger is currently on loan with the Canaries but has now agreed a three-and-a-half year contract that will kick in on January 2.
Jarvis, who is out with a medial knee ligament injury at the moment, has made seven appearances for Norwich and scored twice, including on his debut in the 3-1 win over Bournemouth in September.
Speaking to the Canaries' website, Jarvis said: "It's nice to get it done before the window opens as the club have shown they really wanted me. I had a great start here and hopefully I'll be back up-and-running soon for the rest of the season.
"My first game especially was great. To get out in front of the home fans and score in a win was a perfect start which carried on for a while.
"Unfortunately I then picked up an injury but I'm desperate to get back fully-fit, and back playing. To get the deal sorted is really nice and I'm looking forward to helping the team as soon as I can."
It is reported that Norwich will pay around £2.5m for the 29-year-old, who joined West Ham in 2012 for a then club-record £10.75m from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Jarvis scored six goals in 90 games for the Hammers.