Luton Town have re-signed goalkeeper Dean Brill, three years after he was released following their relegation from the Football League.
The 26-year-old was a free agent after leaving Barnet and has agreed a two-year contract.
"He's been outstanding for us since he joined the squad for pre-season," boss Paul Buckle told the club's website.
"His experience for a player his age is a huge asset to us. Dean knows the club well too, which is another bonus."
He added: "He's a Luton lad who is desperate to get his home-town club back in the Football League."
Brill first joined Luton as a schoolboy and went on to play 97 games for the first team.
He was in the side which beat Scunthorpe 3-2 at Wembley in April 2009 to lift the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Following his release the following month, he moved on to Oldham before joining Barnet prior to last season.
He made a crucial injury-time save in the Bees' 2-1 win at Burton Albion in May which saved them from relegation to the Blue Square Bet Premier.
"Anybody who has seen him in action this pre-season will be aware of his presence on the pitch and ability between the posts," added Buckle.