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The 30-year-old, who scored 72 goals in 183 games in four years at Luton, was no longer signed on Kenilworth Road.

“I’m absolutely thrilled,” Collins told Cardiff City TV. “Being here today to sign for this great club is a real honor and I can’t wait to get started.

” I like to combine the game and like to think that my main characteristic is scoring goals. That’s what I love to do and hopefully I can get a lot of them here. “

Collins made his debut in Ireland in September 2019, scoring a goal in a 3-1 win over Bulgaria. He has won eight international matches.

He has played for Darlington, Burton, Shrewsbury, Swindon, Hibernian, Northampton, Crawley and Luton, and has scored 181 goals in 520 club games.

Cardiff manager Mick McCarthy said: “It’s a really good signature for us. He’s been on an upward trend throughout his career, from the minor leagues to the championship, and he’s kept scoring goals.

” I like them on the hard Tour come and go through the hard knock school to move forward and reach a higher standard. “

” He’s become an international footballer through all of this, and that’s because of his hard work, diligence and ability to To score goals. “

” He has a great record. It’s long-lived, it’s tough, and he’s going to be one of us. I am happy to have it. “

Cardiff has also signed a new contract with young striker Mark Harris. The 22-year-old has signed a contract that runs until the summer of 2023.

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