MILLWALL have completed the signing of former Jamaican international Ricardo Fuller.
The 34-year-old has signed a one-year-deal with the clubcafter turning down the offer of an extension from Blackpool, making him Ian Holloway's fourth summer signing.
The striker told the club's official site: "My agent told me that the manager Ian Holloway liked me – to be fair, I always seem to score against his teams.
"If you can perform against a manager on the other side he will have respect for you.
"I spent last year at Blackpool, they offered to extend the second year but it's well documented what's going on there. And with all due respect I like a club with ambition.
"My agent told me about the move and I said Millwall is a good club and I've heard their American owner is quite ambitious.
"And personally for me I always want to be at a club that is ambitious and that wants to go places.
"When you're in a lower league and you want to get to a higher level you need ambition and Millwall paxil fits the bill."
Fuller returns to London after a year in Lancashire and hopes a move back to the capital will help him achieve his aims for next season.
"It's London, of course," he said.
"And I have family down here.
"I was at Charlton two seasons ago and my initial move from Jamaica was on trial at Charlton, so I know about London.
"My aim is to do the best of my abilities at all times, no matter which club I am at.
"I'm in the Championship and I want to make it to the top league and to do that everybody has to play their part.
"First and foremost my job as a striker is to get goals."
Fuller added: "Everywhere I've gone before I've always done that. No matter what my fitness is I've always scored important goals.
"My game is about trying to make things happen trying to create goals and try to help the team weather it he with work-rate it with goals.
"Getting goals as a striker is important and that's what I intent to do."