Former Leeds United striker Tom Elliott will sign for newly-promoted Millwall on July 1, AFC Wimbledon have confirmed.
The striker's contract at the Cherry Red Records Stadium was due to run out this summer and after speculation linking him with a move across south London to the New Den, AFC Wimbledon have confirmed the news in a tweet.
The club tweeted: "Best wishes to AFCW triple player of the season Tom Elliott who will officially become a Millwall player on July 1. Thank you, Tom."
Born in Leeds, Elliott started his career at his hometown club before moving to Hamilton Academical, Stockport County, Cambridge United and then joining AFC Wimbledon in 2015.
In 2015-16, Elliott made 44 appearances and scored six goals for the Dons and he follow that up with 46 appearances and 13 goals in 2016-17.
The 6ft 4ins striker is reportedly set to sign a two-year contract at Millwall, who have just been promoted to the Championship.
Elliott told Millwall's official site: "I'm buzzing! Since I met the manager, I've been excited to get going. I'm raring to go and I can't wait to start the season. The Championship is a step up – it's a bigger level – but I'm looking forward to testing myself.
"I spoke to Paul Robinson before signing on and he gave me a bigger picture of the club and some tips. The manager also showed his passion and his plans for the club when we spoke.
"That's why I'm here now – I'm so excited. I want to be a part of this club and I'm sure I can learn a lot from Neil, as a former striker himself."
Lions manager Neil Harris added: "Tom's a player I've admired for some time now. We've had local allegiances with Wimbledon, so I've been able to watch him a few times.
"I'm really pleased to bring him in. He's a target man who has progressed really well under Neal Ardley over the last two years and has developed into a physical player with a good goalscoring record.
"Tom comes in and adds fight to the front line. We're putting a squad together that's giving us competition for places. It's a good day for the football club."