Feeney, left, has joined Blackburn on a free transfer
Feeney put to pen to paper on a two-year deal with Rovers earlier on today, with the option to stay for a further year.
The fleet-footed wideman had not renewed his contract with recently relegated Bolton Wanderers, who will be plying their trade in League One next term.
Liam Feeney of Bolton Wanderers and Kevin Bru of Ipswich Town in action
He has been linked with moves to numerous clubs including Ipswich Town, whom he spent time with on loan last season, making 7 appearances at Portman Road.
However he elected to sign for Owen Coyle's new look Blackburn side, becoming their fourth signing of the summer already, accompanying Danny Graham, Anthony Stokes and Stephen Hendrie.
And Feeney believes the season ahead will be an exciting one under the leadership of former Bolton and Wigan manager Owen Coyle.
Liam Feeney of Bolton Wanderers in action with Paul Gallagher of Preston North End
"I feel good about it,” said Feeney.
“I was here before on loan for a short spell, so it is good to finally be back permanently and I think it is going to be an exciting season for the club.
"Obviously I'd been here before and I knew about the stature of the club, the stadium, the training facilities and the fans’ support.
"Speaking to the manager and how positive he was, I thought nothing but good things about it, so it is an exciting time and something that I can be a part of.
"The way he spoke to me filled me with a lot of confidence and he outlined what he wants to do, so it should be really good. I'm just glad I can be a part of that and hopefully we can have a successful season."
Feeney is Blacburn's fourth signing of the transfer window
Feeney returns to Ewood Park after three years away, having spent a short time in the North West during the 2013-2014 campaign on loan from Millwall.
He chose to join Bolton at the end of his spell at Ewood Park, spending two years at the Macron, making 78 appearances and scoring eight goals.