Hull City have confirmed that they have signed West Ham United defender Reece Burke for an undisclosed fee.
Burke came through the academy at West Ham but made just 15 appearances in the first team, spending loan spells at three different clubs.
During the last campaign, the 21-year-old spent two separate periods at Bolton Wanderers, where he featured on 25 occasions in the Championship, and the young Englishman has now opted to pen a three-year deal at fellow second-tier outfit Hull.
Burke told the club's official website: "I'm over the moon to have signed for Hull City. I enjoy playing football and I see this move as a big opportunity for me.
"I've had a good chat with the head coach and I know that the club were really keen to bring me here. That is a nice feeling to have."