England fast bowler Ajmal Shahzad has revealed that he will be joining county champions Lancashire on loan for the remainder of the season.
Neither current side Yorkshire or bitter rivals Lancashire have confirmed that deal, but Shahzad has already taken to Twitter to announce that the move has been completed.
"Great feeling to be back in cricket," Shahzad revealed on Twitter. "Appreciate Lancashire having me on a loan agreement till the end of the season."
Shahzad was informed by Yorkshire last week that he was free to leave the county and he will be the first man since David Byas in 2002 to make the switch from the Red to the White Rose.
The fast bowler has played one Test for England back in 2010 when he took four wickets against Bangladesh, while he has also made 11 appearances in one-day international and three in Twenty20 games.
The 26-year-old will also make the move from Division Two to the top-flight as he looks to once again put himself back in the England reckoning.