Brighton & Hove Albion have re-signed their former striker Bobby Zamora after he was released from QPR.
Zamora made his name at the Seagulls scoring 83 times in three seasons before moving to Tottenham back in 2003.
Brighton manager Chris Highton was thrilled to welcome former Fulham and West Ham United man Zamora back, telling the club's official website: "We are absolutely delighted to have brought Bobby back.
"He needs absolutely no introduction here. The Abion fans know everything about him, from his achievements in a Brighton shirt and right through this time with Spurs, West Ham, Fulham and QPR."
The 34 year old scored just three times for QPR last season but Highton, who has previously worked with Zamora at Tottenham, is confident he can be a hit once more for his side.
"I also know Bobby well, having worked with him during his time at Spurs, and he is a great professional. I know he will bring plenty of experience to the team, having played in the Premier League, European and international football."
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