Fulham striker Adam Taggart has joined Scottish side Dundee United on loan until January, the club have confirmed.
Taggart, who is yet to play for Fulham due to injury problems and being behind the likes of Ross McCormack, Cauley Woodrow and Matt Smith, has opted to move to the Scottish side despite interest from a host of clubs.
The 22-year-old joined Craven Cottage from Australian giants Newcastle Jets, and has an impressive record for his country with three goals in seven caps after making his debut against Hong Kong in 2012.
Dundee have been looking to sign strikers after the departure of Nadir Ciftci to Celtic, and Taggart now follows Billy McKay to the side that finished fourth in the Scottish Premiership last campaign.
Taggart started his career at Perth Glory before moving to the Jets, scoring 19 goals in 54 competitive matches during his time in the A-League.
He currently has two years remaining on his contract at Fulham.
Fulham fans… What do you make of this news? Is this a good move for Taggart? Will he come back a better player? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!