Rotherham United manager Alan Stubbs believes new signing of Jake Forster-Caskey will prove to be worth the wait.
The Millers have been tracking the Brighton midfielder for several weeks.
And today they finally landed their man when the 22-year-old agreed a season-long loan deal at AESSEAL New York Stadium.
“Jake is a very talented footballer,” Stubbs said.
“He is one we have been trying to get done for a number of weeks now. It has took a little bit of time but I am pleased that we have managed to eventually get it over the line.”
Forster-Caskey becomes Rotherham’s third pre-season signing, after winger Anthony Forde and goalkeeper Lewis Price.