Sammy Morrow has returned to Coleraine in a two-year deal just two days after the striker was released by Linfield.
The 30-year-old former Hibs, Derry City and Ross County forward is back at the Showgrounds after a brief spell with the Bannsiders in 2010.
Morrow scored six goals in 27 appearances for Linfield last season.
"I'm delighted to bring Sammy back - it's a big boost to us and a great way to kick off our transfer business," said Coleraine boss Oran Kearney.
"And he is looking forward to playing for Coleraine again. He feels he has unfinished business here after his first spell and he is hungry with a point to prove," Kearney told the club website.
"This summer for me it is important to add goals to the team and Sammy will bring goals. He also brings a wealth of experience with him, which will help the likes of Jamie McGonigle and Ian Parkhill massively.
"He will be a great addition to our squad and as I said he has a real desire to help fire us on next season."