Nick D'Agostino will pull on new colours during the upcoming A-League season, following the news that he has signed with Melbourne Victory on a three-year deal.
The Olyroos striker, who starred throughout Australia's Olympic qualification campaign and started the side's final group game at Tokyo 2020, makes the move east after two seasons with Perth Glory.
The 23-year-old will play his part in a new era at Victory under Tony Popovic, where he will link up with the likes of Socceroos attacker Chris Ikonomidis - another of the club's recent signings.
“Nick is a talented young player with a lot of potential and we look forward to him joining the squad post the Olympics,” Popovic told Melbourne Victory's website.
“He can play anywhere across the front third and will bring great energy and quality to our attack.”
D'Agostino shared why he is looking forward to linking up with Victory.
"There is a lot of experience and knowledge in the new Melbourne Victory squad,” D’Agostino said.
"Many of the players have played for international clubs as well as for the Socceroos and know what it takes to play at the elite level.
“I want to grow and learn at Melbourne Victory over the next three years and the combination of being coached by the Boss again, the calibre of players the Club has recruited in the off-season and to be at a Club renowned in the A-League is a great opportunity for me.”