Blackburn Rovers manager Michael Appleton has brought former Ewood Park favourite David Bentley back to the club on a loan deal from Tottenham until the end of the season.
The 28-year-old winger had been with Russian Premier League side FC Rostov during the first half of the season but has now returned to the club who sold him for a fee of £17 million back in 2008.
The former England international, who was once touted as a possible replacement for David Beckham on the right-hand side of midfield, has seen his career take a downwards spiral since moving on from the Lancashire club.
The Rovers manager spoke of his interest in the midfielder earlier on Friday having also announced a deal to bring in Karim Rekik from Manchester City, labelling him a player who possesses "a lot of quality".
"David is a wide player and we have been talking about wide players," Appleton told The Lancashire Telegraph.
"He has a great history with the club and a lot of quality."