Jordan Rhodes has undergone a Huddersfield Town medical, Football Insider can reveal.
Huddersfield have beaten Ipswich Town to the signature of Rhodes.
A source has told Football Insider the prolific striker has agreed the terms of a free transfer from Sheffield Wednesday.
Football Insider revealed last week both Huddersfield and Ipswich had offered the former Middlesbrough and Blackburn Rovers star a three-year contract.
But he has chosen to stay in the Championship and return to the club where he made his name almost a decade ago.
The 31-year-old scored 86 goals in 147 games for the Terriers in his first spell at the club making him their eighth-highest goalscorer of all time.
He was then sold to Blackburn for a then club-record fee of £8million in 2012.
However, the ex-Scotland international has struggled since leaving Ewood Park and has not finished a league campaign on double figures since.
Huddersfield are in desperate need of more attacking options after finishing 20th in the Championship, just six points above the relegation places.
Top scorer Josh Koroma finished the season with eight league goals while Fraizer Campbell, who recently signed a contract extension, found the net seven times.
Rhodes scored the same amount of Championship goals as Campbell but started 20 fewer games.
The Oldham-born striker scored 20 goals and provided five assists in 112 games for Wednesday in a four-and-a-half-year spell at Hillsborough.