Former Hearts of Oak striker Gilbert Fiamenyo has signed a short-term deal with Ebusua Dwarfs and is in line to make his debut against Kumasi Asante Kotoko on Sunday.
The 24-year-old completed the deal with the Cape Coast-based side on Friday after agreeing personal terms with the Club.
The overweight striker has been without a Club since being ditched by the Phobians and will be at Dwarfs until the end of the season.
Fiamenyo has been included in the Dwarfs team that will be travel to Kumasi to face Asante Kotoko in match-day 11 of the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.
“I have just signed a short term deal with Dwarfs, I will be at the Club until the end of the season,” Fiamenyo told ATL FM in an interview.
“My first game for the Club will be against Kotoko on Sunday. I will decide whether to extend the deal after the season, but for now is a short term deal with the Club, until the end of the season.
“I want to help the Club because they are not lying at a good position.”
The bulky attacker finished last season as the top scorer for Hearts of Oak last but was deemed surplus to requirements at the start of the season
The former Hearts of Lions forward is expected to bolster the faltering attack of Ebusua Dwarfs who have found goals hard to come by this term.