Striker Craig Curran has made a sensational cross-city switch, penning a two-and-a-half-year deal with Dundee after leaving rivals Dundee United.
The 29-year-old has been reunited with his former Ross County gaffer Jim McIntyre as he joins the Dark Blues in a similar situation to that of the Staggies in 2015.
The Englishman helped keep County in the top flight that season, scoring five goals in the process, a feat the pair would love to repeat with Dundee rock bottom of the Premiership.
Manager McIntyre said: “I’m absolutely delighted that Craig has signed. He is a player I know very well from our time together previously.
“Craig is the right type, he has the right mentality and he is exactly what we need moving forward.”
Curran joined United last summer, signing a three-year deal under former boss Csaba Laszlo scoring three times in 15 appearances.
The Tangerines posted on their website: “Dundee United and Craig Curran have agreed the early termination of the player’s contract at the club.
“We thank Craig for his service and wish him the best in his future career.”