Former Huddersfield winger Tom Ince joined the ranks of Stoke City this transfer window in a deal reportedly worth around £10m.
Following the departure of Liverpool bound Xherdan Shaqiri, Gary Rowett’s side were in desperate need of reinforcements of their attacking line, and turned to the 26-year-old to provide it.
The Potters, who were relegated to England’s second tier last season after their 19th place finish in the Premier League, have been relatively busy in this summer’s transfer market, having also made the high profile signing of James McClean from fellow relegated side West Brom.
With new additions arriving at the Bet365 Stadium, Stoke City will be going into this seasons Championship campaign at promotion contenders.
Rowett and his side will face stiff competition throughout the season, but will be hoping that their new signings can perform.
Tom Ince, son for former England captain Paul Ince, featured 33 times for the Terriers last season, and help guide them to a 16th place finish in the Premier League.