Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned to AC Milan for a final challenge seeking to prove that he remains the superstar he claims to be.
The 38-year-old Swedish striker signed a six-month contract with the struggling Italian giants on Friday vowing to help rescue their season.
“I’m coming back to a club I hugely respect and to the city of Milan I love,” he said.
“I’ll fight together with my teammates to change the course of this season. I will do everything to make it happen.”
Ibrahimovic knows the game in Italy, having played for three different Italian clubs.
He first joined Juventus in 2004, moving on to Inter Milan after the match-fixing scandal in 2006, then arriving at AC Milan in 2010 on loan before making the move permanent.
In 85 games for AC Milan over two seasons, Ibrahimovic scored 56 goals.
One of the most successful clubs in the world, AC Milan are 11th in the league just seven points above relegation.
The club has come up short in their attacking options with just 16 goals in 17 games.
Ibrahimovic left Los Angeles Galaxy last month after a two-year stay and 52 goals in 56 games, leaving him free to sign with another club.
Milan must hope that showy Swede, never far from the headlines, will bring some punch and a winning mentality to the locker room.