Lincoln City have completed the signing of striker Colin Larkin on a deal that keeps him with the Imps to the end of the season.
Larkin, 30, was released by Hartlepool United at the end of last season.
Imps manager David Holdsworth told
BBC Radio Lincolnshire:
"We do require goals and Colin's come for all the right reasons.
"He's fit and ready to go, which is a really important factor. He's a very good addition to our squad."
Holdsworth added: "It's nice to be able to bring in a guy who's 30 years old but very quick and very able. As a manager, it's nice for me to be able to attract that type of player."
Larkin began his career with Wolves before a loan spell with Kidderminster Harriers, which was followed by a move to Mansfield Town in 2002.
The Irishman then had stints at Chesterfield and Northampton Town before moving to Hartlepool.