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Former Rangers, Middlesbrough striker Boyd keen to rediscover top form with Kilmarnock

Kris Boyd is determined to return to his brilliant goalscoring form after signing a short-term deal with Kilmarnock.

The 29-year old striker is back at Rugby Park until the end of the season after seeing his career take a dip since leaving Rangers for Middlesbrough in 2010.

Since then, Boyd has had spells with Nottingham Forest, Eskisehirspor and Portland Timbers but he is now looking to extend his Scottish Premier League scoring record of 164 of goals.

"I'm proud of my SPL goal record and would like to increase that in the coming weeks," he said.

"I'm desperate to score goals for Kilmarnock and get that feeling back again. Nothing beats it.

"I want into this team as quickly as possible. I'm hungry for football. My appetite and ability are still there."

Boyd, who kicked off his career with Killie back in 2000, added: "I always felt one day I'd be back. It's a perfect move at this stage. I didn't want to move away from home and wanted some stability in my family life. This provides me with it. I've still got years left in me."

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