Hibs striker Oli Shaw completes move to Ross County
Youngster signs permanently for Highland club
Oli Shaw has completed his move from Hibs to Ross County, the Easter Road club have confirmed.
The striker has joined the Staggies on a permanent transfer after Hibs accepted a bid for their academy graduate.
It's been almost a year since the youngster started a competitive game for the Capital club and he has taken the opportunity to find greater first-team opportunities elsewhere.
Despite having only midfielder Martin Boyle as an experienced replacement for strikers Christian Doidge and Florian Kamberi, Hibs have allowed Shaw to leave despite manager Jack Ross previously stating they would look to retain the player until another forward was signed.
It was only last year where chief executive Leeann Dempster described the 21-year-old as one of the best young players in Europe.
In total he played 62 times for Hibs, scoring 12 goals.