Luton have signed Barnsley captain Mads Andersen for an undisclosed fee.
The 25-year-old Danish central defender spent four years at Oakwell and made 175 appearances for the Tykes.
“I’m so excited. It’s a dream come true,” Anderson told the official Luton website of his move to the Premier League new boys.
“When I made my move in Denmark from Brondby to a lower team in the same division, me and my dad spoke about it and I said, ‘In one and a half years, I’m going to go to the Championship’, and that is exactly what happened.
“During that period I also wrote on a piece of paper ‘Premier League’, and stuck it on the fridge.
“I completely forgot about it, until my family told me, ‘You put that on the fridge’. So it’s a proud moment for them as well.”
Luton boss Rob Edwards said: “I’m really pleased to get Mads on board.
“He has been on our recruitment team’s list for a long time now.
“We watched a lot of him last season and he’s performed really well and consistently for a prolonged period in English football.”
Andersen becomes Luton’s second signing since promotion to the top flight following the arrival of Republic of Ireland striker Chiedozie Ogbene from Rotherham.