Leroy Lita has agreed a move to Birmingham on a three-month loan deal.
The experienced striker, 27, arrives from Swansea having fallen down the pecking order under new manager Michael Laudrup, only making the club's match-day 18 once this season.
Lita made four Premier League starts and a further 12 appearances from the bench last term, scoring twice, while he enjoyed a total of 18 outings in all competitions.
"He's a proven goalscorer who has power and pace and there's no doubt that he'll add quality to my squad."
Lita arrived in south Wales last summer following two seasons with Middlesbrough, having previously made his name during spells with Bristol City and most notably Reading as well as loan stints with Charlton and Norwich.
The frontman, who has undergone a medical, will remain at St Andrew's until the middle of December although Swansea can exercise a 24-hour recall clause after the first 28 days of his stay.