Donegal man Georgie Kelly will play in League One after he agreed a move to Rotherham United.
The Fahan man rejected a deal with Bohs earlier in the season to concentrate on his studies and his career.
But the 25-year-old could end up playing at Wembley this season, and in the Championship next term, if the Millers have a strong finish to the season.
Kelly finished as top scorer in the Premier Division and also impressed for Bohs in their Europa Conference League run.
He was also the 2021 PFAI player of the year.
Independent.ies said his future lies with promotion-chasing Rotherham and he will put pen to paper tomorrow after he passes a medical.
Rotherham are third in the League One table but are just one point off the top and have set a target of promotion back to the Championship.
They will add Kelly to a squad which also includes Ireland international Chiedozie Ogbene and U21 cap JJ Kayode.
“I know the Irish league has finished, I know he is a free transfer and I know he has been linked with loads of clubs because every single club is looking for a striker,” Rotherham boss Paul Warne said when asked about a deal for Kelly last week.