Easter's only goal for Swansea was against Barnsley on 28 December
Crystal Palace have signed Wales international striker Jermaine Easter from MK Dons for an undisclosed fee.
The 28-year-old had joined Swansea City on loan until 31 January in November but his stint at the Liberty Stadium was ended by the Dons on Friday.
Easter has agreed a two-and-a-half-year deal at Selhurst Park and could make his debut against Swansea on Saturday.
The eight-times capped former Wolves trainee made seven appearances for the Swans, scoring once.
Cardiff-born Easter left Wolves for Hartlepool in 2001 and has also played for Cambridge, Boston, Stockport, Wycombe, Plymouth, Millwall and Colchester.
What's important for me now is scoring the goals and getting another year in the Championship and then pushing on to where we want to be
His most prolific season was in 2009/10, when he scored 19 goals for MK Dons in all competitions.
Easter said he hopes to help relegation threatened Palace move up the Championship table and out of danger.
"It's a different pressure to at Swansea but it's about winning football matches wherever you are in the league," he told the club website. "It's a competitive league and I'm sure we've got enough to kick on.
"What's important for me now is scoring the goals and getting another year in the Championship and then pushing on to where we want to be rather than looking over our shoulders."
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