Huddersfield Town have triggered a clause which allows defender Florent Hadergjonaj's loan move from Inglostadt to be converted to a permanent deal from July.
Since joining the Terriers on loan during the summer, the 23-year-old Hadergjonaj has gone on to make 19 appearances and his displays have been enough to convince the clubs hierarchy that he deserves a long-term contract.
Hadergjonaj has agreed to sign a three-year deal with an option to extend by a further year for an undisclosed fee and the contract will become effective when the transfer window opens on July 1.
"We knew that Flo would offer great competition for the right-back position and I think his first seven months at Huddersfield Town have shown why he is so highly-rated in Germany," manager David Wagner told the club's official website.
"As we expected, his characteristics have been perfect for our style of play and his performances have really improved game-by-game for us. He is also a great guy who has fitted into our dressing room perfectly.
"We must also remember that he is only 23 years old, so he has plenty of space to improve further too. That's very exciting for everyone at the club."