Tim Cahill has returned to where it all began with the Caltex Socceroos legend signing with former club Millwall until the end of the 2017/18 season.
The 38-year-old had been without a club since leaving Melbourne City in early December as he searched for more consistent playing time.
Cahill began his professional career with the Lions in 1998 and played more than 250 games for the club between 1998-2004, scoring 57 goals.
And despite reported interest from clubs all over the world, Cahill ultimately decided a return to the 'Den' was his best option ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
With Dutch manager Bert van Marwijk recently appointed as the new Socceroos boss, Cahill will be desperate to hit the ground running with his new club.
Media pundits, footballers and fans alike have welcomed the striker's move, with many reminiscing about Cahill's infamous FA Cup Semi-Final goal in 2004.
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