Bermuda international Reggie Lambe is heading back to English football and is hoping he can follow in the footsteps of fellow countryman Nahki Wells.
Lambe began his career with Ipswich Town and made his league debut for the Portman Road club before leaving in 2012 and joining MLS outfit Toronto FC.
He moved back to Europe in March, signing a short-term deal with Swedish outfit Nykopings.
But now he is heading back to England this summer and a number of Sky Bet League 1 and League 2 clubs are already showing an interest in his services.
Lambe told Sky Sports: “I am heading back to England and I am determined to make an impact. I have unfinished business in England and my two seasons in the MLS have taught me a lot.
"I have seen Nahki go on to great things and I am so happy for him, but I know I can do the same.”
Lambe's agent, Dan Chapman of Full Contact, told Sky Sports: “Reggie is now ready to return to England. He has really matured as a player since he left here and he has learnt to play on either flank or in a more central role.
"Once his contract in Sweden is up in July we are confident, given the interest shown so far, that he should have few problems in finding a club.”
Bradford, who took a chance on signing Wells before selling him to Huddersfield for more than £1million, are one of the clubs being linked with Lambe.