Goalkeeper Luke Daniels joined the Iron in January 2015 from West Bromwich Albion.
The 28-year-old signed a two-a-half-contract with Scunthorpe.
The ‘keeper was a much-needed addition to the Iron after Sam Slocombe and James Severn both broke their arms in a match against Bristol City in January.
Daniels was brought through West Brom’s academy, and made his full league debut in August 2013.
He’s been on loan spells to clubs such as Bristol Rovers, Rochdale, Charlton, Tranmere, Shrewbury and Motherwell, which all aided him in starting Capital One Cup ties for West Brom against Newport and Arsenal.
The keeper made an impressive 23 appearances for Scunthorpe last season, and after the departure of Sam Slocombe, he will be pushing to be the Iron’s number one next season.
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