Motherwell have signed striker Mikael Ndjoli on loan from English Premier League side Bournemouth.
The forward has moved to Fir Park for the remainder of the season, pending international clearance.
Ndjoli already has experience of Scottish football, having had a loan spell at Kilmarnock last season. The striker scored five times for Steve Clarke’s side.
“I’m really keen to get started at Motherwell,” he told the club’s official website.
“I’ve already seen how this club operates from my previous time in Scotland and I was immediately impressed again when I arrived on Monday. I can’t wait to get involved.”
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson said: ““Mikael is quick, strong and gives us an option all across the forward line.
“He will immediately add competition for places.
“He’s already had experience of the Scottish league, which will be of benefit to us. Also, despite his age, he’s already been out on loan twice and got playing time.
“He’s already shown us the enthusiasm he has for this move since arriving on Monday.”