IRISH striker Conor Sammon has signed up at Kilmarnock for a second spell.
The target man has joined on loan from Heart of Midlothian for the remainder of the season.
Sammon initially joined the club from Derry City in July 2008.The 30-year-old left Rugby Park for Wigan in January 2011 and has since had spells at Derby County, Ipswich Town, Rotherham United and Sheffield United, before arriving at Tynecastle in June 2016.

Another striker Joshua Umerah has joined the club from Charlton on loan for the remainder of the season.
Josh (19) came through the Charlton Athletic Academy and made his first team debut for The Addicks in January 2016.

The forward signed a contract extension in April 2016, keeping him at The Valley until June 2018.

Manager Lee Clark said "Josh is a young striker who is a very quick, strong and powerful player and will add a lot of quality to the squad. Hopefully he will hit the ground running and score many goals for the club." 

Another youngster, Devlin Mackay has joined Berwick Rangers on a Development Loan until the end of the season.

Mackay (20) signed a new three year contract with Killie in May 2016 and will head to Shielfield Park to continue his development.

Everyone at Kilmarnock wishes the player every success during his development loan spell with Berwick Rangers.

Meanwhile defender Scott Boyd, has signed an 18-month permanent contract with the Club.

Boyd (30) had been on loan at the Club from Ross County but has signed a permanent contact, keeping him at Rugby Park until the summer of 2018.

The defender started his senior career at Livingston, before moving to Partick Thistle in 2006. After spending 18 months at Firhill, Boyd moved to Dingwall, where he made 250 appearances for The Staggies.

Boyd joined Killie on loan in August 2016 and has so far made 13 appearances for the Club.