Paul Dickov joins on short-term contract...
Leeds United have signed striker Paul Dickov on a short-term contract until the end of the season.
The 37-year-old former Scotland international will provide added experience as Simon Grayson's looks to lead the club to promotion back to the Coca-Cola Championship.
Dickov, a former Arsenal trainee who has made over 400 career appearances during spells with Man City, Blackburn, Leicester, and Derby County among others, had a short spell under Simon Grayson at Blackpool in 2008.
Grayson said: "We're delighted to get things finalised and welcome Paul on board.
"He has been training with us, we know all about him and what he will bring to the squad over the next few months.
"He brings experience both on the pitch and in and around the dressing room, and he is a good short-term signing for the club."
Paul will make his club debut in the reserves at Huddersfield Town on Wednesday (7pm).
Paul has been allocated squad number seven for the remainder of the season.
You can see an exclusive interview with Paul Dickov on LUTV...