Sam Vokes says it was a 'no-brainer' to return to Burnley on a permanent deal after enjoying a loan period at Turf Moor last season.
The Wales international opted to leave Wolves after struggling to establish himself in the first-team picture at Molineux since his arrival from Bournemouth in 2008.
A stint at Burnley last term was one of numerous loan spells Vokes had enjoyed away from Wolves and he is now looking to settle down after signing a three-year contract with Eddie Howe's side.
"Obviously spending time here last season I knew most of the lads, the staff and the set up and it's a fantastic club," Howe told the club's official website.
"I've known Eddie and Jason since Bournemouth and I had a great time working with them here last year, so it was a no-brainer coming here.
"It's a young team that are looking to do a lot this season, so it was the stand-out club for me."
Vokes will now vie with Charlie Austin, Danny Ings and Martin Paterson for a starting spot, and he is ready for the challenge.
He added: "All four strikers are different players and I think we can all work with each other and play together.
"I am looking forward to playing alongside all of them really and for me it's a chance to come here and really prove myself.
"I have gained some great experience at a good number of Championship clubs while at Wolves, but this gives me a chance to settle down somewhere and get stuck into the season.
"One of the main reasons to come here was to play games and settle down in a squad. Everyone wants to play regular football."