After representing Australia at Tokyo 2020, Mitch Duke will remain on Japanese shores with his new club Fagiano Okayama.
The fresh move comes after a busy few months for the striker, who scored two goals for the Socceroos in June before being the Olyroos' sole overage representative at the Olympic Men's Football Tournament.
The 30-year-old spent the back-end of last season at the Western Sydney Wanderers, on loan from Saudi Arabia-based club Al Taawoun FC.
He has previously plied his trade in Japan, making nearly 100 appearances for Shimizu S-Pulse between 2015 and 2017.
Pending a medical, Duke will now pull on the number 19 shirt for J2 League side Fagiano Okayama, with an overriding goal of inspiring a promotion push.
"I feel that Fagiano Okayama is an ambitious club that wants to succeed, and I am happy to be able to play with such a wonderful team," he told Fagiano Okayama.
"I've played in the J-League before, but I love playing in Japan and this country. We will do our best to contribute to the promotion of the team to J1."