MILLWALL have signed Bristol City winger Martyn Woolford on a two-and-a-half-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
The 27-year-old infamously scored the winning goal against the Lions for Scunthorpe United in the 2009 League One play-off final at Wembley.
Manager Kenny Jackett confirmed earlier this week that he wanted to sign a left winger and he has moved quickly to bolster his squad after injuries to Liam Feeney and Chris Taylor.
NewsAtDen understands Millwall have paid a nominal, five-figure fee up front for the midfielder, although the final figure could rise based on appearances and add-ons.
Woolford told the club's official site: "I knew there might be some interest from Millwall just before that New Year's Day game, but it has all happened very quickly.
"I am absolutely delighted to be coming here at an exciting time for this club, and I'll be speaking to Liam Trotter and Josh Wright this afternoon to get the lowdown.
"Hopefully the fans will forgive me for that play-off goal, I'll be trying to make it up to them!"
Robins boss Dereck McInnes added: "The chance to secure a longer-term deal with Millwall is something that appealed to Martyn and his young family, and we wish him well for the future."