Rotherham have signed striker Jamie Proctor from Bolton for an undisclosed fee.
The Millers, relegated to Sky Bet League One last season, confirmed on their official website that Proctor, 25, has agreed a two-year deal.
Proctor started out at hometown club Preston and signed for Swansea in 2012, but failed to make an appearance in the Premier League for the Welsh club.
He moved on to Crawley in 2013 and had subsequent spells at Fleetwood and Bradford before securing a free transfer to Bolton in the summer of 2016.
Proctor is the Millers' fifth summer signing following the arrivals of Michael Ihiekwe, Darren Potter, Ryan Williams and David Ball.