Michael O'Halloran has completed his move to Rangers, the club have confirmed.
The transfer from St. Johnstone, which will apparently cost £500k including add-ons, has been rumoured since the window opened, and the club today announced they had signed the player to a four-year contract.
O'Halloran, who can play anywhere across the front three, is likely to be be getting gametime relatively early, and will most likely compete with Kenny Miller, Ryan Hardie, Billy King and Harry Forrester for a space in the Rangers frontline (at least while the current form of Barrie McKay and Martyn Waghorn continues.) He'll be in the squad for tomorrow's game against Raith Rovers.
We're not sure if this will be the only deal concluded today, with rumours circulating about other targets but nothing concrete as of yet. You can keep up to date on the rest of the deadline day moves as well as quotes and reaction from O'Halloran and Mr Warburton on our Rangers Transfer Deadline Day live coverage page.