Millwall have completed the season-long signing of Leeds United striker Steve Morison.
The former Norwich City striker makes the move to the Den after struggling to make an impact at Elland Road since his January signing from Norwich City.
And the Welshman returns to the Den after previously spending two years at the south London club.
Morison impressed during his previous spell, scoring 35 goals in 86 appearances for the Lions to the delight of Millwall supporters.
He left Millwall to join Norwich City, but he failed to oust star striker Grant Holt from the Carrow Road side.
He scored 10 goals in 53 appearances for Chris Hughton's side, and was shipped out as part of the deal that saw Luciano Becchio make the move to Carrow Road from Leeds United.
And with new Leeds boss Brian McDermott deeming the Welsh international surplus to requirements at Elland Road, Morison will hope to revive his career under new Millwall manager Steve Lomas.
Speaking to Millwall's official website, Morison said: "I'm pleased to be back here. If anybody has any doubts about me all I'd say is that I aim to score plenty of goals for Millwall and help this club to greater success.
“I've been looking after myself in the summer. I'm fit and raring to go."
Morison will join up with his new teammates in the coming days as new Lions manager Lomas takes his squad to Warwick University for a pre-season training camp.
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