Rovers star pens new deal
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The former Aberdeen star, 30, scored 19 times last season after arriving at Prenton Park last summer.
"Eugene is somewhat different to many of the players we have and that's nice, he adds a little something and it would have been a major blow if we'd lost him so I'm really pleased for many reasons and I'd like to think that there is still improvement in Eugene, even in the later stages of his career," Rovers manager Brian Little told the club's website.
"I think he will have learnt an awful lot from last season and hopefully he can reproduce the form and the goals that he scored for us last year.
"You never want to take a strikers individuality away, you would always encourage them to have a little bit of flair to do something different but at the same time you want them to work very hard for the team.
"But I'm really delighted that Eugene has signed, it's a great thrill for me to have him working with us once again because I believe he'll do very well."
Dadi is the tenth player to sign for Tranmere since the season ended.