Ghana international, Raphael Dwamena has completed a move to Danish top-flight league side Vejle BK.
The 24-year-old has joined the Red and White lads on a three-year deal from La Liga club UD Levante after an unsuccessful stint.
The striker spent last season on loan at Spanish second-tier club Real Zaragoza but his stay was torrid following his health conditions.
Dwamena was out of action for several months after suffered heart problems.
However, the ex-FC Zurich player is hoping put the difficult past behind him as he revives his career in Denmark.
"I have been shown a project that has already proved strong in just a few years,' he said.
"That project and the club's big mission to ensure survival in the 3F Super League I will and can contribute to. I come to the club in the good physical condition and look forward to getting to know my new teammates.
"I want to show the club's fans that I come with the clear ambition to make a difference and make an impression. At the same time, during my first visit, I experienced a beautiful city, where the surroundings must be some of the most beautiful in this country. I look forward to giving my best and all for the club," he concluded.
He joined UD Levante from Super Super League club FC Zurich on a transfer fee of €6.20m after netting 25 times with 18 assists in his 56 appearances.
Dwamena has capped eight times for the senior national team of Ghana with two goals to his credit.