Birmingham City have signed Chile international Jean Beausejour on a three-year deal - the third arrival at St Andrew's on the final day of the transfer window.
On a busy day for Blues, the winger joined Alex McLeish's side for an undisclosed fee from Club America in Mexico.
Beausejour joined defender Martin Jiranek and midfielder Alexander Hleb in arriving at the club on transfer deadline day.
Beausejour drew the attention of football fans during the 2010 World Cup, particularly in his man-of-the-match display during Chile's 2-1 defeat to Spain. He also scored the only goal in Chile's 1-0 win over Honduras.
McLeish told www.bcfc.com: "Beausejour is an excellent, left-sided midfielder who had a tremendous World Cup with Chile - he was their star player against Spain - and also played very well in a pre-season friendly against Manchester City.
"He has been on our list of targets for a long time because he is strong and quick with the ability to beat his man and get crosses in."
The much-travelled Beausejour, who has 30 international caps, began his career with Universidad Catolica in his home country, before moving to Servette in Switzerland in 2004.
In 2005 he moved back to South America, to play for Gremio in Brazil. After 55 appearances he returned to Europe for a spell with Belgian club Gent - but headed back to home to Chile to play for Cobreloa and then O'Higgins, for whom he scored 13 times in 34 games.
In 2009 Beausejour moved to Club America, where he scored three times in 45 matches.