Elvis Manu has escaped from an “unhappy marriage” by moving to Huddersfield Town.
The Dutch forward has joined the John Smith’s Stadium club on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion for the rest of the season.
He’s got his sights set on regular Championship action after failing to make a league start for the Seagulls.
Brighton splashed out £1.5m on the former Dutch Under 21 international, who also qualifies for Ghana.
The 22-year-old played 33 times for Feyenoord last season, firing in 10 goals.
Football writer Doug Thomson on Manu signing
He also featured in this season’s 3-2 home win over Utrecht before signing for Brighton in August.
Since then, he has had to make do with nine appearances from the bench, and just one start, against Hull City in the FA Cup.
He says he made the “wrong choice” by heading to the Amex Stadium.
Manu, who will wear No28 for Town, added: “I once asked (manager Chris Hughton) why am I here?
“I always get the answer that I must be patient and must continue to train hard.
“Brighton and I do not have a happy marriage.”
Having been an unused Albion substitute when Town lost 2-1 at Brighton on January 16, Manu is now eyeing a Town outing at Preston North End on Saturday.
He was one of two attacking arrivals during the January window after Algerian international Karim Matmour.
Town head coach David Wagner also recalled former Manchester City striker Jordy Hiwula from his loan at League I Wigan Athletic.
Town seek a double over ex-manager Simon Grayson’s Preston after a 3-1 home win on Boxing Day.