Leeds striker Steve Morison has joined Millwall on a season-long loan deal.
Morison, 29, returns to the Den having scored 40 goals in 95 appearances between 2009 and 2011, helping the Lions earn promotion from League One via the play-offs in 2009/10.
"I'm pleased to be back here," he told Millwall's official website. "If anybody has any doubts about me all I'd say is that I aim to score plenty of goals for Millwall and help this club to greater success.
"I've been looking after myself in the summer; I'm fit and raring to go."
Morison has scored three times in 16 outings for Leeds since joining from Norwich in January.
Leeds manager Brian McDermott told United's official website: "I'm looking to reshape my squad for the new season and there was an offer on the table for Steve to go to a club that he has already played at.
"He's there for a year and he will be playing games, and due to the terms of the deal he can't play against us."