DOUGIE Freedman would be happy to see Jermaine Beckford's move from Leicester City costing Wanderers a packet.

The Jamaica international striker will be unveiled at the Reebok tomorrow after weeks of negotiations between the two clubs.

Freedman revealed that the deal will involve a small up front fee – but could escalate in cost if the former Leeds United and Everton man helps Wanderers into the Premier League with a hatful of goals.

“Jermaine's deal was done as of about three hours ago, so in the morning it will be announced,” Freedman said. “We've all worked very hard – even Leicester, to be fair – coming to a deal.

“We feel it's a good deal for the football club. He's a proven goalscorer, I know his character well and the deal is done on a performance-basis.

“For the deal we've got it's an absolute no-brainer for this football club for where we are right now.

“There is a very small fee involved up front but it's tied in with promotion and how many goals he scores – that's how Leicester will get their money. So if we benefit then Leicester benefit and that's why it has taken a little bit longer.

“I think Phil Gartside has done very well in making sure this deal went well for the football club.”