Neil Harris has quit Nottingham Forest in order to sign for his first love Millwall.
Since leaving the South London club in 2004 Harris has always spoken of a desire to one day return to The Den and his dream has now been realised.
The 29-year-old has completed the formalities of the deal and having signed a contract that will keep him at the club for the next 18 months, Harris has set his sights on the record books.
He is currently Millwall's joint-all time league goalscorer, alongside former favourite Teddy Sheringham, but it is top spot he craves.
"It has been close a couple of times, but now it has happened I am delighted to be back," said Harris.
"Millwall gave me my first opportunity in football in 1998, and I have had fantastic support from everyone at the club.
"To come back and play in front of the fans here again, and also to try to become the sole club record holder, is something I have dreamed about. I can't wait to get started."