Former Newcastle Jets forward Kristian Brymora has joined the academy of English Championship club Millwall.
Brymora has agreed a short-term deal with the Lions after a trial.
Only 18, the striker has been on trial with Bromley FC and then Watford's Under-23s after leaving the Jets at the end of the A-League season.
Millwall academy boss Kevin Nugent was delighted to see Brymore agree terms.
"I am really happy for Kristian," he told millwallfc.co.uk.
"He has been brave and taken a risk to come over to London and earn a contract. He has proved that he's willing to work hard and make it work at Millwall.
"Kristian is a strong centre-forward and he will add some energy to the group. We watched him during an intra-club friendly match and he proved that he has potential.
"I have no doubt he can be successful here if he works hard."
Born and bred in the Hunter, Brymora came through the Warner Bay Panthers and then the Emerging Jets program. The striker played for the Jets' National Youth League team and their NNSW NPL side before joining the first-team.
Brymora made his debut in the FFA Cup against Melbourne Victory and appeared in one A-League game last season, against Perth Glory in round 10.
The centre forward joins fellow Australian James Meredith at Millwall.