Luke Williams is aiming to carry on last season's form after sealing a permanent move from Middlesbrough to Scunthorpe United.Williams had a spell at Glanford Park last season – scoring twice in a six-game loan period – and Iron manager Mark Robins has now moved to bring him in on a long-term basis, with the forward signing a three-year deal at the club.
The 22-year-old is now setting his sights on reproducing that form week in, week out for his new side and, after becoming their eighth summer signing, is fully expecting Scunthorpe to improve on last season's 16th-placed finish in Sky Bet League 1.
"It's brilliant to have signed. I couldn't be happier,” Williams told the club's official website.
"I want to carry on where I left off in my last spell here. I really enjoyed myself, and managed to score and create a few goals as well.
"I knew what a good group it was and it's a club that's going places. There are a lot of new faces around the place and people that are only going to help our cause and the push for promotion.”