All White and former Melbourne Victory star Marco Rojas has returned to the A-League, signing a two-year deal with the Victory.

Rojas was released from his contract from Vfb Stuttgart earlier this week, after three seasons with the club.

He joined the Bundesliga side in 2013 after 51 appearances and 15 goals for the Victory.

He struggled to impress at the German club and was loaned out to Greuther Furth (Germany) and FC Thun (Switzerland) over the last two years.

Coach Kevin Muscat said he is thrilled to secure Rojas's signature.

"This is another significant signing for our club as we continue to prepare for the new A-League season," Muscat said.

"We all know the quality Marco possesses. We're excited to see him return to Victory and I'm sure our fans will welcome him back."

The 24-year-old won the Johnny Warren medal for the A-League's best player in 2012-13.

After losing attacking players Gui Finkler and Kosta Barbarouses at the end of last season, plus defender Matthieu Delpierre to retirement, Victory have done well to bolster their line-up for this season and look to once again be one of the teams to beat this season.

Rojas joins James Troisi, Mitch Austin, Alex Baro and James Donachie in signing for Melbourne Victory this transfer season.