West Indies international fast bowler Kemar Roach will return to Surrey for the first seven matches of the 2024 County Championship season.
The 35-year-old has been part of the team that has won the competition in the past two seasons, taking 25 wickets in their title defence last year.
Roach has 396 wickets from 183 matches across all formats for his country.
He will join up with his Surrey team-mates in time for their first match, against Lancashire in April.
“Everyone knows that Surrey is a second home for me, and I love coming to London to play at one of the best grounds in the world,” he said.
“The club’s ambitions in the red-ball game are a big draw for me and I want to play my role in winning another County Championship trophy.”
Roach has taken 73 wickets in total across three previous seasons with Surrey, with his latest spell set to end after the visit to Hampshire on 24-27 May.