It's been a busy day for Adam Chabukiani over at Horsfall Stadium as the paperwork is completed that allows an exchange of players between Bradford PA and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Part-exchange deals are some of the hardest deals to complete in terms of paperwork due to the amount of activity going on around the deal - and this one is no different.
But Bradford Park Avenue fans will feel that they have got the good side of the deal as the club receives Wolves' Under-21 centre-back Tyias Browning
in exchange for fellow centre-back Stephen Arthurworrey
On top of this, Avenue will receive a fee of £40,000 for the exchange since Wolves approached them for the young centre-back.
This comes as refreshing news for Bradford fans who saw a devastating 5-0 destruction at the hands of Oldham Athletic.
Browning grew up in Liverpool and came through the Everton ranks alongside the likes of world-class defender John Stones and Brendan Galloway, who is playing for the Everton first-team of recent times.
Despite having high expectations due to the calibre of player he grew up with, it took him only two first team appearances at Goodison Park before he startled fans at Wolves when he joined for £450,000 in 2016. He lifted the Championship title and secured Wolves' long-awaited return to the top-flight the same season.
Despite a strong start to Premier League life the corresponding season, he has found himself lurking in the development teams more and more recently. He was placed on the club's unwanted list in December 2018 and Bradford Park Avenue saw their opportunity to pounce on the youngster.
Signing a contract until 2020, Browning will don the number 4 shirt over at the newly renovated Horsfall Stadium.
In other BPA-related transfer news, many bids have been rejected from foreign outfits for star striker Matthew Fletcher - who is currently away on international duty with Curtis Good. Second-choice keeper Myles Wright has been subject to a Championship bid, as have the likes of Ben Blackmore, Caner Dumlupinar and even up-and-coming star Tony Cooke.
However, the big rumour is that Adam Chabukiani is willing to break the club's unpretentious transfer record by signing Tyias Browning's ex-teammate at Goodison Park in the youthful right-back Mason Holgate.