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Last Updated: Thursday, 26 June, 2003, 15:47 GMT 16:47 UK
Dyer seals Hornets return
Striker Bruce Dyer
Dyer back with former club Watford
Bruce Dyer has completed his move back to Watford.

The Hornets announced earlier this month that the Barnsley striker had agreed to a return to Vicarge Road.

And the former England Under-21 striker finally put pen-to-paper on a two-year deal on Thursday.

Dyer's switch sees him re-united with Ray Lewington, who he played for while at Crystal Palace.

Hornets boss Lewington told his club's website: "I worked with Bruce during my time at Palace.

"He works hard and in recent years has shown he scores goals on a consistent basis.

"We're pleased he has chosen to come back to the club and we are all looking forward to working with him."

Ilford-born Dyer started his career with Watford as a trainee before leaving in 1994 to go to Selhurst Park for 1.25m.

He joined the Tykes in 1998 and went on to score 69 goals in just over 200 appearances for the Oakwell outfit.

The 28-year-old had failed to agree a new contract with Barnsley at the end of the 2002-03 season.



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