Striker rejoins Lions in loan dealMillwall are delighted to confirm the return of former Den favourite Steve Morison on a season-long loan deal from Leeds United.
Striker Steve is no stranger to Lions fans having originally joined the club from Stevenage in the summer of 2009.
He scored 40 goals in just 95 appearances for The Lions between 2009 and 2011, playing an imperative part in the 2009/10 season as the club were promoted to the Championship following the 1-0 Play-Off Final victory over Swindon.
Steve moved to Premier League club Norwich City in 2011 before joining Leeds in January as part of a swap deal for Luciano Becchio. The 29-year-old scored three times in 16 games for the Elland Road outfit.
"I'm pleased to be back here," Steve told Lions Player. "If anybody has any doubts about me all I'd say is that I aim to score plenty of goals for Millwall and help this club to greater success.
"I've been looking after myself in the summer; I'm fit and raring to go."
The hitman becomes manager Steve Lomas' second signing since taking charge of the club and will join up with his new team-mates on Monday as the squad head to Warwick University for a pre-season training camp.