Hibernian have signed Genoa midfielder Stephane Omeonga on a loan deal until the end of the season.
The Belgian Under-21 international joined Genoa from Avellino in 2017 and counts 22 appearances in Serie A to his name over the course of the past two seasons.
Omeonga was at Easter Road for Hibs' 4-0 win over Elgin City in the Scottish Cup on Saturday, and will be available for selection for Wednesday night's league game at Motherwell.
"I'm really happy to have had the chance to come and play for Hibernian," Omeonga said. "I've known of the interest for about a month and the club pushed hard to get me, which made a real impression.
"From what I've seen for myself, I think I will really enjoy playing here and suit the way the team likes to play.
"I am all about helping the team. I'll give everything I have to do that."
Head coach Neil Lennon believes the player brings something different to his midfield options.
"Stephane comes to us with great pedigree, having played a good number of games in Serie A for someone of his age," he said.
"We've watched a lot of him and we think he can add a lot to the group in terms of his energy, dynamism and willingness to go box to box.
"He's not scared to put a foot in to try and win the ball back. We think he'll complement those around him and give us a different kind of option.
"We're all happy to have him here."