​Hull City have confirmed the signing of Lokomotiv Moscow striker Dame N'Doye for a fee believed to be in the region of £3m. 

​​The 29-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal and Hull hold the option of extending that contract by a further year should they see fit. Manager Steve Bruce spent most of Monday in France attempting to finalise a deal for the Senegalese player, and Hull managed to get the deal over the line after requesting an extension beyond the 11pm transfer deadline.

N'Doye scored 27 goals in 71 appearances for the Russian side prior to his move to the KC Stadium, and has also featured for clubs such as Panathinaikos and FC Copenhagen.

The player was Hull's only arrival throughout the winter transfer window, and arrives on the same day that Thomas Ince was sent out on loan to Championship high-flyers Derby County.