Port Vale are delighted to announce the re-signing of Theo Robinson.
The forward has signed a two-year contract, keeping him at the club until June 2022.
Robinson has made a combined total of 452 Premier League, EFL and domestic cup appearances during his 14-year career, scoring 117 goals to date.
The 31-year old striker last season played for Colchester United on loan from Southend United.
Robinson previously had a six-month stint at Vale Park from January to June 2016.
Robinson’s career began at Watford in April 2006, with his debut coming against Queens Park Rangers.
He spent time on loan at Wealdstone, Hereford United and Southend United during his time at the Hornets, before making the move to Huddersfield Town in July 2009.
Whilst at Huddersfield, he moved to Millwall on a short-term loan in September 2010, before joining them on a permanent deal in January 2011.
His 11 appearances at Millwall were enough to convince Championship side Derby County to sign him on an initial loan, and then a two-year permanent deal.
He returned to Huddersfield on a short-term loan before moving to Doncaster Rovers in August 2013 and then making a short-term loan move to Scunthorpe United in March 2015.
In August 2015, Robinson signed for Scottish Premiership side Motherwell, before joining the Vale in January 2016.
Robinson impressed during his short stint at the Valiants, scoring twice in 14 appearances.
Upon leaving Vale, Robinson joined Lincoln City in October 2016 and played a part in their memorable FA Cup run and promotion campaign from the National League that season, before he joined Southend United in January 2017.
Whilst at Southend United he also spent time on loan at Swindon Town and Colchester United, adding to his impressive EFL CV.