Wolverhampton Wanderers have completed a deal to sign Poland winger Michal Zyro from Legia Warsaw when the transfer window reopens.
The 23-year-old, who can operate on either flank, arrives at the Championship club for an undisclosed fee and has signed a deal until 2019 at Molineux.
“Michal has completed his medical and will join us when the transfer window opens,” head coach Kenny Jackett told the club's official site.
“He is left footed, 6ft 3in, and, with his physique and his power, can play in any of the four forward positions.
“Most of his time has been playing 4-3-3 – either wide right or left – and he is strong in the air.
“He is a Polish international who will be a very good addition to our front line.”
Wolves have endured a disappointing campaign so far and currently lie 17th in the standings after failing to build on last season's eighth-placed finish.
They have often struggled for goals with Nouha Dicko injured and Bakary Sako now a Crystal Palace player, and it is hoped that the addition of Zyro will help to eradicate those issues.
Zyro, who is thought to have cost the Black Country club £350,000, has four caps for Poland.
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