Celtic have agreed to take striker Pawel Brozek on loan, subject to the player passing a medical.
The Polish international, who is currently contracted to Turkish side Trabzonspor, will move to Glasgow for the remainder of the season.
Brozek was a target for Rangers in the January window, with Ally McCoist publicly expressing his interest in the player.
Celtic though have swooped to take the 28-year-old to Parkhead, their third arrival of the month following the signings of Mikael Lustig and Rabiu Ibrahim.
"He's a goalscorer and he'll hopefully give the squad a bit of a jag," Celtic manager Lennon told BBC Radio Scotland.
"We're relying heavily on Stokesy and Gary and Pawel will come in. We're hoping he'll come in really hungry."
Brozek has 32 caps for Poland, scoring eight times for his country. His club career has seen him play at Wisla Krakow, LKS Lodz, GKS Katowice and Trabzonspor, netting 119 times in 304 career appearances.