Former Ghanaian striker Prince Tagoe has completed his move to Turkish lower -tier side Isparta Davrazspor.
Tagoe, 31, has finally ended his two-year search for a new club after signing for the European outfit.
The ex-Hoffenheim striker returned to his native country where he featured for boyhood club Tudu Mighty Jets in the 2015-16 season after leaving Malaysian side Kelantan FA.
He has since been on the lookout for a new club without success in the past two seasons.
The Ghanaian is finally returning to the pitch after joining his second Turkish side having featured for Super Lig side Bursaspor between 2012-13.
The former Hearts of Oak star has an extensive résumé having featured for Partizan Belgrade, Al Shabab and Club Africain and Hoffenheim.
Tagoe, a former Ghana Premier League goal king played for the four-time African champions at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
Capped 28 times by Ghana, he scored 7 goals at the international level.