Millwall boss Ian Holloway has completed his first summer signing after handing Carlos Edwards a permanent deal.
The 35-year-old Trinidad and Tobago international, who spent the last two months of the season on loan from Ipswich Town, has signed a one-year deal with the Lions following the expiry of his contract at Portman Road.
The right-back struck the winner at Wigan Athletic on 8th April that lifted Millwall out of the bottom three. Holloway's side finished four points above the relegation zone after closing the season with an eight-match unbeaten run.
" For me it was really exciting because we were playing good football and getting wins and draws every game, so I was enjoying myself," Edwards told the club's official website.
"To stay up was great and now I'm delighted to be joining the club on a permanent basis and really looking forward to next season."
Edwards joined Ipswich from Sunderland in August 2009 and made 191 appearances, scoring 10 goals.
He was made skipper by former Ipswich boss Paul Jewell but was restricted to 10 appearances for Ipswich last season.