Colchester United have re-signed striker Kevin Lisbie on a season-long loan deal from Ipswich Town.
Lisbie left Colchester for Ipswich last summer for an undisclosed fee and scored six goals in 41 Championship appearances for Town.
He is under contract at Portman Road until 2011, however he will spend the upcoming season back at Colchester, where he netted 17 times in 43 appearances during the 2007/08 campaign.
Having offloaded the 30-year-old from his squad, Ipswich boss Roy Keane has confirmed he is looking to bring in attacking reinforcements before the start of the season.
"In terms of numbers we are covered defensively and we are okay in midfield," Keane told the club's official website.
"I'd like to add to our attacking positions though. We've got some good young prospects, lads like Connor (Wickham) and Reggie [Lambe], Lee Martin can play off the front, Jon Walters can do a job there and obviously Jon Stead.
"Hopefully Pablo (Counago) will be back in the group soon when he gets over the injury, but maybe we need another one or two strikers in.
"There is a lot of work to be done though before that happens, trust me."