Dundee have confirmed the signing of former Motherwell striker Henrik Ojamaa.
The 25-cap Estonian international has agreed a loan deal from Dutch side Go Ahead Eagles through to the end of the season.
Ojamaa, who began his senior career at Derby County, left Motherwell for Legia Warsaw in 2013 after a season in Scottish football.
He also played for Stafford Rangers, Alemannia Aachen, Fortuna Sittard and Rovaniemen Palloseura before heading for Lanarkshire for a second loan spell.
Ojamaa had only joined Eredivisie strugglers Go Ahead Eagles in the summer.
It was one striker out and one in for Dundee, with Yordi Teijsse moving to German side Wuppertaler SV on loan until the end of the season.
Teijsse was snapped up from Dutch amateur football in the summer but hasn’t made an impact at Dens Park. He has played 11 times this season, scoring just once against Forfar in the Betfred Cup.
Wuppertaler SV play in German Regionalliga West and currently sit ninth in the table.
Dundee have also loaned Nicky Low to Derry City and Rory Loy to St Mirren.