English Championship side Huddersfield Town has officially signed striker Frazier Campbell on a two-year contract as a free agent according to BBC Sport.
Campbell left Hull City at the close of the 2018/19 season and was reported without a club until he was captured by his hometown team.
The 31-year-old has previously plied his trade for Sunderland, Manchester United and Cardiff City - he was capped for England once.
During this era, he managed to get 94 goals under his belt in approximately 352 games played across all competitions.
"He's a great guy with a lot of experience," according to manager Jan Siewert.
"Fraizer joins us on the back of some good form in the Championship last season."
Huddersfield have played to a draw in one game and suffered a defeat in their opening two Championship matches as they are in the process to adapting to life in the lower division - they were relegated at the end of last season.