SPL basement boys Hamilton have completed the signing of Mickael Antoine-Curier.
Antoine-Curier enjoyed a spell on loan at Hamilton last season and scored seven goals before the stint was cut short because of a knee injury.
The Guadeloupe international arrives on a free transfer after being made redundant at Dundee in October after the club went into administration.
Antoine-Curier has signed in time to face Celtic on Wednesday and Accies boss Billy Reid believes the big striker could be the man to fire them to safety.
"The one thing I do know is that if Mickael is fit and playing regularly in the SPL then he will score goals and cause problems," Reid told the Daily Record.
Fit"He fits into exactly what we are trying to do at the club with one up top. He is in the mould of Conor Sammon - a big guy at 6ft 3in, with good pace. If he chips in with the goals that Sammon has I am sure I would be happy with that.
"But he has been out for some time so the fans and myself have got to give him time to gel back into it. It is a contract until May so he has got to start playing football. He has a point to prove.
"He had a fantastic start to his career at Accies. Unfortunately for him he picked up his injury and it set him back towards the end of the season. He was kicking on as a player and people were starting to take notice of him.
"He was good for us and we were good for him so hopefully we can get him on the park and he can start scoring."