CRYSTAL Palace striker Jermaine Easter will join Millwall on a permanent basis this summer after agreeing terms on a one-year contract.
Easter scored one goal in nine appearances for the Lions during a loan spell at the back end of last season and has pledged his future to the club for the 2013-14 campaign after the Eagles agreed to release him.
The deal between Easter and Millwall was struck prior to Kenny Jackett's resignation earlier this month but NewsAtDen understands both parties will honour their agreement, despite the recent change of circumstances at The Den.
One source said: "The club made a commitment to Easter and they won't go back on it."
The 31-year-old Wales international is expected to put pen-to-paper in June.