Caltex Socceroos striker Tim Cahill has signed with former club Millwall until the end of the 2017/18 season, the club confirmed on Tuesday (AEDT).
The 38-year-old returns to the Den after making more than 250 appearances for the Lions between 1998 and 2004.
He scored an impressive 57 goals for the club before sealing a move to English Premier League outfit Everton in 2004.
Cahill has been without a club since mutually parting ways with Melbourne City in early December.
Australia’s all-time leading scorer departed the club in order to seek more game time in a bid to secure a place at a fourth consecutive World Cup in Russia.
The striker has fond memories at Millwall after leading the club to the 2004 FA Cup Final against Manchester United, scoring the winner in the Semi-Final win over Sunderland.
Cahill will be presented to the club faithful prior to Wednesday’s (AEDT) home clash with Derby County, though he will not be available for selection.
Millwall are currently 15th in the English Championship.
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