Ricardo Fuller's representatives have announced the striker has signed for Charlton Athletic.
The former Stoke City player was a free agent after leaving the Britannia Stadium and had been linked with Hull City.
But Fuller's sports management company, Paramount Sports Management, have revealed a move to Charlton has been agreed.
A brief announcement on Paramount Sports Management's Twitter account read: "Ricardo Fuller signs for Charlton."
The Addicks are strengthening their squad having returned to the Championship and manager Chris Powell has high hopes.
Sky Sports understand Dany N'Guessan is another transfer target and an enquiry has been made about the Millwall winger.
Charlton were only denied an opening day win back in the Championship at Birmingham City on Saturday after a last-gasp Nikola Zigic equaliser.