Rovers return for Campbell

Blackburn have strengthened their attack ahead of the forthcoming campaign by signing DJ Campbell on a two-year deal.

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DJ Campbell: Permanent move to Blackburn after a loan spell last season

DJ Campbell: Permanent move to Blackburn after a loan spell last season

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The experienced forward makes a quick return to Ewood Park, after his three-month loan spell with Rovers at the end of last term.

Blackburn boss Gary Bowyer was delighted to land the 31-year-old on a free transfer following his release from Queens Park Rangers.

"He's a player who has huge experience and is a proven goalscorer at this level," Bowyer said.

"He feels he has some unfinished business with the club and is hungry to succeed.

"He will add a different dimension to our attacking options and he is the right character we want to have on board."

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