Machine learning systems that rely on training data collected from untrusted sources are vulnerable to poisoning attacks, in which adversaries controlling some of the collected data are able to induce a corrupted model. In this paper, we consider poisoning attacks where there is an adversary who has a particular target classifier in mind and hopes to induce a classifier close to that target by adding as few poisoning points as possible. We propose an efficient poisoning attack based on online convex optimization. Unlike previous model-targeted poisoning attacks, our attack comes with provable convergence to any achievable target classifier. The distance from the induced classifier to the target classifier is inversely proportional to the square root of the number of poisoning points. We also provide a certified lower bound on the minimum number of poisoning points needed to achieve a given target classifier. We report on experiments showing our attack has performance that is similar to or better than the state-of-the-art attacks in terms of attack success rate and distance to the target model, while providing the advantages of provable convergence, and the efficiency benefits associated with being an online attack that can determine near-optimal poisoning points incrementally.