Norwich have made their final signing of the window by bringing in Coventry City youngster James Maddison on a three-year deal.
The deal, thought to be worth over £2m, will see Maddison be loaned back to Coventry for the rest of the season, before joining up with Norwich for the start of the 2016/17 season.
Maddison is a highly rated prospect, and there were rumours that Maddison would be signing for Liverpool today, not Norwich. However, Alex Neil has got his man, and Maddison will become a yellow.
The youngster, who has spent his entire career at the sky blues, has appeared 11 times so far this season, scoring two goals and also assisting three. Maddison will be looking to help Coventry gain promotion to the Sky Bet Championship, after a number of years of exile from the division.
Norwich have certainly left the deal late, with the relevant paperwork still needing to be approved by the FA.