Milton Keynes Dons have completed the permanent signing of Danny Green following his release by Charlton.

Green, who spent time on loan at stadium:mk this season, has put pen to paper on a two-year deal with the Sky Bet League One club.

The 25-year-old left the Addicks last week and attracted plenty of interest as a free agent but ultimately plumped for a return to Milton Keynes.

He told the club's official website: "I'm delighted to be here. When I knew I wasn't being kept on at Charlton, MK Dons were the club I wanted to come to. Luckily the club wanted me too so everyone's happy.

"There was a bit of interest but MK Dons stood out because of the way the team plays football, the manager, who is great, the players, who I know from my spell last year, and the stadium. I can't wait to get started."

Dons boss Karl Robinson said: "Danny showed during his time with us last season what a quality player he is, with his delivery, guile, work-rate and set-pieces, plus he's got a long throw.

"It was very evident the impact he'd had on the team when he went back to Charlton and we're delighted he's here again.

"As soon as we knew he was available, we moved quickly to get the deal done. He gives us another exciting option out wide, to go along with (Daniel Powell) Powelly and (Dean Bowditch) Bowds, and we saw last year how important it is to have depth in that position."