All Whites striker Chris Wood is on the move again.
Championship side Millwall have signed the 20-year-old on loan from West Bromich Albion until November 20.
It will be his fifth loan stint since joining the Baggies in 2009. He has been playing for fellow Championship side Bristol City since January, scoring three goals in 19 appearances.
The former Waikato FC striker has also enjoyed loan stints and Barnsley, Brighton & Hove Albion and Birmingham City.
London-based side Millwall currently sit in 17th on the Championship table with two wins from their first five matches. Wood, whose loan could last just 28 days, would be available to make his debut for the Lions tomorrow morning against fifth placed Cardiff.
He scored a hat-trick against Millwall while on loan at Birmingham last season.
"I'm not in the first-team picture at West Brom so I'm dying to start playing regular football again," Wood the official Millwall website.
"In January I will give some thought to my longer-term future, but for now I'm just looking forward to playing for Millwall and hopefully scoring some goals."
Wood scored a goal in each of the All Whites' two World Cup qualifying victories against New Caledonia and Solomon Islands earlier this month.