Kerem Bulut is headed back to the Western Sydney Wanderers after the A-League club confirmed his signing on Wednesday.
Bulut, 24, links up with the Wanderers on a two-year deal after his time at Greek club Iraklis came to an end.
“It’s great to be here, I had a bit of a rough season last year so it’s good to be back,” Bulut said in a statement.
“We’ve got a big season coming up with the league and the Champions League, the new squad is looking perfect and it’s just good to be around at the club that I love.
“There are big goals to achieve this year – from the coaching staff to the boys we want to finish on top in the league, go as far as we can in the Champions League and on a personal note I want to help the team and score 15-20 goals.”
Bulut previously played for the Wanderers in 2015 after joining the club in the January transfer window.
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The forward scored five goals in nine league appearances, including two in a famous 4-3 loss to city rivals Sydney FC.
Born in Sydney, he has represented Australia at various youth levels but is yet to receive a call up to the senior national team.
The Wanderers, last season’s runners-up, begin their 2016-17 A-League campaign against Sydney FC on October 8.