Chelsea starlet Patrick Bamford has agreed to return to MK Dons on a loan deal that will run to January 2014.
Bamford enjoyed a successful spell at Karl Robinson's team last season, in what was his first real taste of first-team football.
He spent the entire season on loan at the League One side last season, where he scored four goals in 14 appearances.
He netted his first professional goal in March 2013, when he scored in MK Dons' 2-1 defeat to Crewe Alexandra.
And it is the form he displayed last season that impressed manager Robinson so much that he has returned for a second season.
The Dons manager has spoken of his delight at securing what would have been his number one transfer target for this summer.
Speaking to MK Dons' official website, Robinson said: "Patrick was my number one target and you don't always get your number one target.
"He is the one I have been waiting for all summer. I could have brought players in over that time.
"It's a risk to put all of your eggs in one basket but on this occasion it was worth the gamble."
And Robinson thinks that the former Nottingham Forest striker will do nothing but help his side next season, as they aim for promotion to the Championship.
"Thankfully we got the deal done and we're extremely fortunate to have his services for the next few months.
"When I watch Patrick play I see him do things which other players find very hard to do, he is still very young but he is a tremendous talent and when you work with him every day in training, you see what quality he possesses," Robinson added.
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