Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs has signed striker Jamie Insall on a three-year deal after he impressed on trial at Easter Road.
The 23-year-old former Kidderminster Harriers forward was a prolific scorer with Bromyard Town last season and joins Hibs after a short spell with Stourbridge.
Insall told the club website: "Playing in non-league football down south has given me a good grounding and, although I'm still quite raw, I've got a real hunger to kick on and make the most of my chance here at Hibs."
Stubbs, who brought in strikers Islam Feruz and Henri Anier in loan deals on deadline day, added: "We're pleased to have Jamie signed up for the next few years. We feel he's got the potential to succeed at the club and he now has the opportunity to work hard and develop his game with us."