Burton Albion's summer transfer activity is under way with the signing of winger Cleveland Taylor.
The former Scunthorpe player enjoyed a successful loan spell at the Pirelli Stadium from St Johnstone in 2010 scoring four goals in 24 appearances.
Albion have beaten off reported interest from a number of other clubs after Taylor was released from the SPL outfit, and the 27-year-old hopes to help the Brewers reach the play-offs.
"It's good to be back, it feels like coming back home," Taylor told his new club's official website.
"I hope we can achieve the play-offs, last year was a write-off with the weather but I think we have enough experience and quality in the squad to reach the play-offs."
And Burton boss Paul Peschisolido signified his excitement at having Taylor back at the club, adding: "Cleveland is a breath of fresh air; he's bubbly, charismatic and really great to have in the changing room and around the club."