Ramelton man Conrad Logan has signed a two-month deal with SPL side Hibernian.
Logan has not played since being released from Leicester City last summer after 14 years with the club.
Hibs boss Alan Stubbs has snapped up the 29-year-old, as first-choice goalkeeper Mark Oxley is banned for the Scottish Cup semi-final with Dundee United, leaving just Finnish stopper Otso Virtanen and teenager Sean Brennan as back-up.
The Edinburgh club are also chasing promotion in the Scottish Championship and are currently in third position in the table.
Stubbs said: “Conrad will bring invaluable experience at an important time of the season.”
The book looks at the experiences and achievement levels of Irish-born football migrants to Britain and further afield.
The team travel to Amsterdam, with a backroom staff including Bell and his assistant Ben O'Looney hopeful of a...