Cillian Sheridan has joined Kilmarnock, signing a two-year deal with the Scottish Premier League side.
The Republic of Ireland international striker was available on a free transfer, having recently quit Bulgarian team CSKA Sofia.
Sheridan spent last season on loan with St Johnstone, scoring five goals in 32 appearances for the Saints.
He moved to CSKA Sofia in 2010, transferring from Celtic where he rose rapidly though the youth ranks to make his first team debut shortly after his 18th birthday in 2007.
Loan spells at Motherwell, Plymouth Argyle and St Johnstone followed, scoring a combined eight goals in 41 games, before transferring to Bulgaria.
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