Hibs have completed the signing of Paul McGinn from St Mirren, the Easter Road club have announced.
The 29-year-old moves for a reported five-figure fee and has signed an 18-month contract.
The right-back is the older brother of John McGinn, the immensely popular midfielder who spent three years at Hibs, helping the club to win the Scottish Cup and Scottish Championship.
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He will go right into the squad for tomorrow's Ladbrokes Premiership clash against St Mirren at Easter Road.
McGinn said after signing: “It’s a really proud day for me and the family. No-one needs to tell me how big a club Hibernian is, or what the potential is.
“When the gaffer told me he wanted me to sign it was a very short conversation. I didn’t need to be convinced.”
Jack added: “Paul’s someone I’ve known and rated for a long time, since I initially worked with him at Dumbarton.
“First and foremost, his attitude is first class.
“He’s an intelligent player who can operate in a number of positions and I’m convinced he’ll be a good addition to the squad here.”