Fan's favourite, Stephen Dobbie, is making a big return to Palmerston.
The 33-year-old striker has been announced as the major addition to Queen of the South's playing squad for the season ahead.
The club admits they didn't think they'd be able to secure such a quality player.
Dobbie returns to Dumfries after leaving Championship side Bolton Wanderers. The striker, who has most recently been playing as an attacking midfielder, left the club in 2009 to further his career.
Stephen who began his career with Rangers, first joined Queens in 2007 where he scored just short of 50 goals in just over 80 league appearances.
As well as a proven goal-scoring record in league matches, Stephen also enjoyed cup success with the club, when he was part of the squad that made history by reaching the Scottish Cup Final in 2008.
Wanting to further his own career, Stephen choose to make the move down south where he helped both Swansea City and Blackpool gain promotion to the Premier league via the play-offs.
In his time in England Dobbie has also played for Brighton & Hove Albion, Crystal Palace and Bolton.