Jamie Mackie insists he has unfinished business after re-joining QPR from Nottingham Forest on a free transfer.

The attacker made 75 starts in his previous spell at Loftus Road but tasted both promotion and relegation during his first stint with the Hoops.

He left the club for Forest in the summer of 2013 after they dropped out of the top flight and says he has signed a two-year deal to return because he still has a point to prove to the R’s fans.

Mackie said: “I’m absolutely buzzing to be back.

“Anyone that knows me will tell you just how much this club means to me – and the feelings that I’ve got for the place has only grown in the short time I’ve been away.

Return of the Mack: Mackie celebrates a QPR goal

“People say never go back, but I feel as though I’ve got some unfinished business here and under the guidance of Les and Chris, I can only see a bright future for this club.

“They know I’ll come in and give my absolute maximum and – having in played in front of the QPR fans before – I know that’s exactly what they love to see. It’s great to be back.”

The Scotland international becomes QPR’s fourth signing of the summer following the acquisitions of Ben Gladwin, Massimo Luongo and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas.

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Mackie's last appearance for QPR during his first stint at the club in pictures: