DR Congo International is in the race to prove a point next season after returning Dan for the second spell last month.
Bank of Africa said they have done an incomplete business at Millwall and are ready to show that they are among the best strikers in the championship.
Afobe returned a few weeks ago after completing a season-long loan from rival Stoke City, which reunited him with manager Gary Root.
The 28-year-old is not new to life at the championship, having previously played for Bolton Wanderers, Reading and Bristol City.
In the 2012-13 season, DR Congo International played five matches for Millwall while on loan from weapons and is ready to help the Lions in their next campaign.
Afob said South London Press: “I feel like my business is incomplete. I feel like the fans didn’t find me the truth. It’s not about coming here to prove people wrong. It’s about proving people right – they People who believe in me, I’m doing it for them.
“I have gained experience now. A lot has happened to me, in and out of the field, and I’m hungry to go again.
“Scotty [Malone] Is he my partner – we have the same agent – and he was telling me how he got here and flowered again. He started enjoying his football again after 18 months of difficulty. I am the same
“My daughter died and I got hurt. It was hard for me. People outside of football don’t see all the stuff. I was pretty depressed, like you would be. But all these things made me want to show it.” Worried that I am still one of the best strikers in the league.
Afobe spent last season on loan with Trabzonpar in the Turkish Super League, scoring five goals in 28 matches.
Looking at the statistics, the young man of the former weapon thinks that he is proud of his targets even after overcoming the injuries.
“If anyone did their research on me, I probably had 10 chances and I scored five of them,” he added.
“Last season I was told I played 28 games – but if you add up all my minutes, I played 11 matches and scored five goals, in a team that is 1-0 and 2-0. We weren’t a parasitic aspect, so I was useful last season as well. If you go and look at the minutes, I would often only come for four or five minutes.
“I’ve had two dangerous career injuries and I’ve been on the bench a lot of times. When you come in for 10 minutes and you don’t play sports, people say, ‘Oh, he didn’t score here and there.’ Decide
“But you have to look at the moments. Even in Bournemouth in the Premier League, I think I scored six goals in 31 games – but I had 13 starts.
“I think I’m still useful and I score them when I get the chance. I’m not trying to exaggerate too much, but at the same time I believe in myself. I’m sure I’m still the same player I was before.