Nicklas Bendtner has finally returned to England on a free transfer.
The former Arsenal striker has signed a 2-year contract with Nottingham Forest.
The championship side will be hoping Bendtner addition will boost their chances of playing in the Premier League next season.
The Danish striker left Wolfsburg at the end of last season. But has spent most of his career in English football, representing the likes of Birmingham City and Sunderland.
He has also spent time on loan with Juventus in the past.
Forest chairman Fawaz Alhasawi confirmed the news on Wednesday, though the club are still yet to confirm the news officially on their website.
The player, now 28, will be hoping to make a big impression this season after failing to do so with Arsenal – scoring just 32 goals in 136 Premier League appearances.