McMillan will become a Warrior for the second time
London Wasps scrum-half Mark McMillan will rejoin Glasgow Warriors this summer after clinching a two-year deal with Sean Lineen's side.
The 24-year-old Scot spent a season with Glasgow before joining Leeds Tykes in 2004.
During his time with Wasps, McMillan won the Heineken Cup in 2007.
He said: "I'm really looking forward to joining up with Glasgow again. The Warriors have a very hungry and ambitious squad and I'm no different."
McMillan is a former Scotland Under-21 captain and is hoping his return to Warriors will bolster his chances of winning caps in the senior team.
He added: "By returning to Scotland, I'm not only looking to enhance my own international ambitions, but I thoroughly believe that Glasgow have a squad of boys that will continue to push at the top end of the Magners League and in Europe."
Mark has always been professional. I see him as a real leader
Glasgow Warriors head coach Sean Lineen
Lineen is delighted to have attracted McMillan back to the club and is looking forward to seeing him in action next season.
He said: "I remember Mark from when I first started with Glasgow. He epitomises the Scottish spirit.
"Mark has always been professional in his approach and he'll be a fantastic addition to our team. I see him as a real leader."