League Championship strugglers Doncaster have completed the signing of former Liverpool and Bolton Wanderers forward El Hadji Diouf on a three-month contract.
Diouf, 30, has been without a club since he was released by Premier League side Blackburn Rovers at the end of last season.
The Sengal international and two-time African Footballer of the Year secured a £10 million move to Liverpool in 2002 after playing a starring role at the World Cup.
Often a controversial figure during his time in British football, Diouf has also played for Sunderland in the Barclays Premier League and helped Rangers to the Scottish Premier League title during a loan spell north of the border last term.
Diouf's arrival at the Keepmoat Stadium will go some way to addressing the striker problems currently testing boss Dean Saunders.
Goalscorer James Hayter was the only established centre-forward in the squad for the 1-1 draw with Coventry on Saturday as Billy Clark missed out due to family issues.
Fellow striker Chris Brown has only recently resumed light training following a knee injury and Jon Parkin returned to Cardiff at the end of his loan period in Yorkshire.