Barnsley Football Club has swooped fast to sign young hotshot Bradley Ash from Weston-super-Mare AFC.
The 19-year-old has been in fine form this season, netting 14 goals in 14 starts for the Conference South side.
His fine form prompted interest from several Football League Clubs, but the Reds have beaten off competition and landed the striker for an undisclosed fee.
Having graduated from Weston-super-Mare's youth system, the hard-working forward broke into the first-team and has put in some eye-catching displays.
Bradley signs his contract with Chief Executive, Ben Mansford.
Speaking after signing a two-and-a-half-year contract, Bradley told barnsleyfc.co.uk "I'm very happy to join a big Club and I can't wait to get started.
"I was very excited when I first heard and I couldn't wait to come up and sign."
Reds Head Coach Lee Johnson added, "I'm very pleased to bring young Bradley in. He's a player with good talent and potential and I'm pleased we've managed to act fast and bring him straight in.
"I'll be keeping a keen eye on his development in the Under 21s over the next few weeks."