Newly-promoted Hull City have made their second signing of the day after snapping up Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Ryan Mason on a three-year deal.
The 25-year-old joins the Tigers for a club-record fee, although the Premier League have elected not to disclose the financial details of the transfer.
"I'm delighted and excited to be here," Mason told Hull City's official website. "I can't wait to get started and I see this as a massive opportunity for me."
The arrival of Mason marks the club's second signing of the day, following the capture of goalkeeper David Marshall from Champions side Cardiff City.
They are expected to further strengthen their squad ahead of the transfer window, with Manchester United forward Will Keane poised to make the switch to KCOM Stadium.
Mason, a product of Tottenham's youth system, made 53 Premier League appearances for the London club, bagging two goals in the process.