Millwall have signed AFC Wimbledon striker Tom Elliott on a two-year deal.

Elliott, 26, scored 13 goals for the Dons last season, and netted against the Lions in January.

He will officially join Neil Harris’ side on July 1 when his Dons contract expires.

Harris said: “I'm really pleased to bring him in. He's a target man who has progressed really well under Neal Ardley over the last two years.

“He has developed into a physical player with a good goalscoring record.

“Tom comes in and adds fight to the front line. We're putting a squad together that's giving us competition for places. It's a good day for the football club.”

Elliott is Millwall’s second summer signing following the arrival of Bradford left-back James Meredith.

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The 6ft 4ins powerhouse will compete with prolific strikers Lee Gregory and Steve Morison at the Den.

Elliott added: “Since I met the manager, I've been excited to get going. I can't wait to start the season.

“The Championship is a step up - it's a bigger level - but I'm looking forward to testing myself.

“I spoke to Paul Robinson before signing on and he gave me a bigger picture of the club and some tips. The manager also showed his passion and plans for the club.

“That's why I'm here now. I want to be a part of this club and I'm sure I can learn a lot from Neil, as a former striker himself.”