Hungarian midfielder Szabolcs Huszti has completed his move to Hannover, the German Bundesliga side have announced on their official website.
The experienced midfielder has signed a three-year deal after Hannover had agreed an undisclosed fee with Zenit St Petersburg.
Huszti completed his medical at the weekend and the transfer was wrapped up late last night.
“It is great to be back,” the Hungarian international said to club’s official website. “The coach really wanted me to come back and that was obviously an important reason why I agreed.
“I had a great time in Hannover and that is why I really wanted to come back here. The coach really wanted me to come back and that was obviously an important reason why I agreed.
“Since I left, the club has developed excellently and I would now like to join them in going further.”
The 29-year-old returns to the Bundesliga side three and a half years after leaving the club for Zenit.
It was at Hannover that Huszti made a name for himself, scoring no less than 17 goals in 80 Bundesliga games for the club.
The Hungarian midfielder never quite managed to fulfill his potential at Zenit and will now attempt to kick-start his career in familiar surroundings.