Millwall manager Nigel Spackman believes he has snapped up a potential gem after bringing former Plymouth Argyle striker Chris Zebroski to the New Den on a two-year deal.
The 19-year-old made five substitute appearances for the Pilgrims last term before being released for disciplinary reasons.
However, Spackman has big hopes for the forward, telling the Lions' official website: "We had a look at him in a reserve game at Wycombe and liked what we saw.
"It has taken a bit of sorting out, but I think he'll be a good addition to the squad.
"As far as what went on with him at Plymouth is concerned, I'm told that it was completely out of character.
"I've spoken to Peter Kaye at the Sporting Chance clinic where Chris has been going for the past week or so, and he tells me that he's a lovely lad and that what went on at Plymouth goes against his nature completely.
"Hopefully, out of adversity, something good will come, both for Chris and for Millwall."