Former Huddersfield Town player Radi Majewski has returned to his native Poland.

The 29-year-old international, loaned to Town by Nottingham Forest in 2014-15, has signed a three-year deal with Lech Poznan.

Majewski, who made only three starts and nine appearances in all while at the John Smith’s Stadium, spent last season with Greek club Veroia.

Mark Robins brought in the Polish playmaker to Town on a season-long deal in July 2014.

He featured in each of the opening six games that season, but found chances few and far between under Robins’ successor Chris Powell.

Chris Powell the former Huddersfield Town manager

Majewski, capped nine times, played for a number of clubs in Poland before joining Forest, initially on loan, in 2009.

He made 164 appearances for the City Ground club.

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Poznan, champions in 2015 finished seventh in the Polish League last season.

“I have asked a lot about the club,” he explained,

“Last season was a transition - now you have to wake the lion.

“I came to the conclusion that Lech is a good direction for me.”

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