Plymouth midfielder Alan Gow has joined SPL outfit Hibernian on loan until the end of the season.
The 27-year-old will be reunited with John Hughes at Easter Road, the man who signed him for Falkirk in 2005 before selling him on Rangers two years later.
Hibs had linked with a move for Gow throughout January but had to wait until the final day of the winter transfer window before landing their man.
The Scotland B international is delighted to be back in his homeland, after taking in spells at Norwich, Blackpool and Plymouth, while Hughes feels he has pulled off quite a coup in luring the talented playmaker back north of the border.
"I'm delighted to be joining Hibernian to the end of the season and looking forward to working with John Hughes again," Gow told the club's official website.
"I know how the gaffer likes to play the game, and how well the team are performing at the moment, so I can't wait to meet the boys and start training."
Hughes added: "Alan is a player I admire tremendously, and I know what he's all about from our time together at Falkirk.
"The supporters have been fantastic since I've been at the club and it's always good to give them a lift at this time of year, so I'm delighted to get Alan to Hibernian for the rest of the campaign.
"He adds more real quality to the squad, and will hopefully raise the bar again in terms of what we are trying to achieve."