Singapore international Shahril Ishak has returned to his former club Home United for the 2018 season, the club announced on Sunday.
In a brief post on the official Facebook page, Home United said: “A terrier-like presence both on and off the ball, helping any side swarm forward and overpower in the attacking third.
“Shahril Ishak’s abilities has seen him equally decorated individually as well as a key player of Singapore for the past decades.
“The Singapore captain is the engine that drives attacks, and his ability to perform every type of pass in the book only makes his presence that much more important.”
Shahril spent four seasons at Home United from 2007 to 2010 before joining Medan Chiefs in Indonesia.
The Singapore captain then played for LionsXII outfit when they were crowned Malaysia Super League title in 2013 before a lucrative three-season stint with powerhouses Johor Darul Ta’zim.