Coventry City have signed Jonson Clarke-Harris.
The Leicester born striker joined City's Academy and was the Sky Blues youngest player when he made his debut in a League Cup tie at Morecambe.
He was subsequently released and played for the likes of Peterborough and Oldham before becoming a record signing for Rotherham United.
Clarke-Harris returned to City on loan in the season just gone and featured at Wembley Stadium as the Sky Blues were promoted back to League One.
Part of that loan was with a view to a permanent signing and the Sky Blues have done just that with Clarke-Harris signing a two year deal.
Speaking to the club website, City boss Mark Robins said: “We’re very pleased to agree to sign Jonson on a permanent basis.
“Jonson was an important part of the squad that won promotion last season, and showed the attributes we know he has during his loan spell with us.
“He brings a strength and physicality to our play which will be important assets for us, as well as his goalscoring threat, and we hope he will have a big impact in League One.”