It’s official. Lucky Mkosana is back with the Cosmos.

The Cosmos announced Tuesday the re-signing of striker Lucky Mkosana.

The deal is pending receipt of his International Transfer Certificate.

“We would like to welcome Lucky back to New York,” Cosmos head coach and sporting director Giovanni Savarese said in a statement. “He is an experienced NASL player that has scored important goals for the Cosmos in the past and we feel confident he will be a great addition to our team.”

The 29-year-old Mkosana joined the Cosmos in November 2014. He had previous experience in the North American Soccer League, spending the 2013 and 2014 seasons with the Tampa Bay Rowdies. The Zimbabwe native tallied four goals in 35 games for Tampa Bay before joining the Cosmos.

Mkosana started 21 out of 27 games for the Cosmos in 2015, recording five goals and one assist. His most memorable goal was when he scored a 90-minute equalizer against New York City FC in the Lamar Hunt/U.S. Open Cup, after which the Cosmos advanced to the fifth round by winning a penalty shootout.

He added four goals and four assists in 25 appearances in 2016, helping the Cosmos to their second consecutive Soccer Bowl title.

Mkosana joined IFK Mariehamn in the Veikkausliiga (Finnish Premier Division) earlier this year, scoring twice in nine appearances. He also featured in the Finnish Cup, helping his team reach the quarterfinals with two goals in six games.

A star player at Dartmouth College, Mkosana was the 2011 Ivy League player of the year, earning All-Ivy League first team honors all four years (2008-2011). He ended his college career as Dartmouth’s top goal-scorer with 34.

The Cosmos visit Miami FC on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The club returns to MCU Park to face Indy Eleven Tuesday, July 4 at 7:30 p.m.