Oli Shaw has joined the club from Barnsley on loan until the end of the season, subject to international clearance.
The striker joined The Tykes at the end of the January window 2023 for an undisclosed fee, having been Kilmarnock’s top goalscorer the season prior.
He has made four appearances for Barnsley this season and joins up with Stuart Kettlewell for the second time in his career.
The 25-year-old played under current boss Kettlewell in Dingwall with Ross County.
A Scotland Under 21 international, Shaw began his footballing journey with Hearts before switching to Hibernian.
He came through the ranks at Easter Road and made his first-team debut in 2015 against Montrose. Shaw moved to the highlands in 2020 having scored 12 goals for the Hibees.
Netting on nine occasions with Ross County, he joined Kilmarnock and helped them gain promotion back to the top flight, winning a player of the month award in the process.
“With the injuries we have had to deal with in the forward areas, it was evidently clear we needed to strengthen before the window shut,” manager Stuart Kettlewell said.
“We identified Oli as a target earlier in the window and feel now is the correct time to get him on board.
“I know him personally and know his attitude towards the game. He wants to impress from the off and get regular minutes under his belt. That’s the determination we need from him.
“Oli is an excellent player who I feel can offer us skill and improvement in the forward areas. With hard work, he could flourish this season.”