The rapid left back slash left midfielder has left West Brom to join up with Gillingham once again.
Recently released West Brom youngster Bradley Garmston has quickly signed found a new club, signing for Justin Edinburgh's Gillingham side.
And his former teammtate Saido Berahino was swift to congratulate the 21-year-old, who came up through the ranks at the Baggies at the same time as the striker, even though he is on England Under-21 duty.
Thanks bro good luck at the euros! https://t.co/K4orvvQ8uL— BradleyGarmston#3 (@BradleyGarmston) June 15, 2015
Garmston, who wished Berahino luck at the European Under-21 Championships in return, revealed during an earlier loan spell at Colchester United that he was one of the fastest sprinters in the country as a 14-year-old, finishing second in English Schools national championships.
It's no surprise that the left-sided player is so gifted at athletics, given the prominence it has in the family. His mother is Sonia Lannaman, a former Olympics and Commonwealth Games medalist, while his father was head physio for the British Olympic teams during the 1990s.
But it is Priestfield Stadium that Garmston is going to be zipping down the wing, rather than the Hawthorns, after he made a permanent move to the side he was on loan at last season.
The Gills finished mid table in League One, as Garmston made 9 appearances for the Kent side, and the Republic of Ireland Under-21 international will be looking to get plenty more appearances under his belt having failed to feature for the Baggies.