So to help with your impatience we've put together this list of players signed by the Easter Road side on deadline day throughout the years.
The striker was signed on loan by old boss John Hughes in August 2010 but was unable to play until after Hughes had left the club. He played just a few times.
The striker completed his move to his boyhood heroes in January 2008. He would go on to make over 100 appearances in three years.
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The forward signed in August 2007 but failed to make much of an impression, going on loan to Dundee the following January before moving to the Dens Park club permanently.
The Swiss striker penned his initial loan spell on the day he made his debut in a win over Motherwell.
A 12-month loan for the goalkeeper in January 2011 was cut short after six months and three appearances.
It was deadline day 2008 when the striker returned to the club following a two-year spell with Celtic.
The full-back was one of four players to sign on deadline day in January 2012.
Scored just twice in 16 appearances after making a loan move from Coventry City in January 2012.
The Honduran began his 18-month stay at Hibs with a move on deadline day in January 2012.
Not the most productive of loan spells after moving from Barnsley in January 2013 but he did score in Hibs' 4-2 Scottish Cup victory at Kilmarnock en route to the final.
Of the three deadline day signings made by Terry Butcher in January 2014 this was the worst of the lot. The centre-back barely played as Hibs would ultimately suffer relegation at the end of the season.
The striker's scoring touch helped Paul Heckingbottom get off to a strong start as Hibs manager earlier this year.
The Sunderland loanee arrived in the 2014 transfer window. He played 10 times before going back to his parent club in the summer.
One goal in ten appearances was all Hibs got from the well-travelled striker as Haynes failed to provide the boost the struggling side needed under Terry Butcher.
The brother of Celtic star Scott Sinclair arrived on loan from Southampton in the summer of 2014 but had his season-long deal cut short in January after failing to impress.
The left-back initially impressed when he arrived on loan from Manchester City in the summer of 2012. He did not, however, after agreeing to remain at Easter Road following the expiration of his deal.
The former Rangers and Falkirk forward joined from Plymouth Argyle in January 2010. He went back in the summer.
One of many stops for the once prodigious striker. This was another season-long loan cut short in January. His most notable contribution was getting a fine for driving while disqualified from doing so.
The midfield playmaker first moved to Hibs on loan on deadline day in August 2014. His move was later made permanent as he enjoyed four years at Easter Road.
Another season-long loan that ended prematurely, this time in the winter of 2016 after playing just three league games following a move in the summer.
Finally, a player who was actually decent! Fyvie helped Hibs win the Scottish Cup in 2016 after initially signing in January the year before.
Shades of Boateng in the sense that he was a centre-back signed on loan from a Premier League club in England but barely made it on to the field.
The ex-Motherwell man arrived at Easter Road in the 2019 January window as Hibs were forced into improving their squad despite not having a manager. He played once, as a substitute, and then left in the summer.
The final member of the four players signed on deadline day 2012 and probably the one regarded as the most disastrous. He was sent off in the Scottish Cup final against Hearts. He played just once the following season.
A popular presence at both centre-back and centre-midfield, Bamba signed for Hibs in the summer of 2008. He left for Leicester City two-and-a-half years later.
The midfielder's second spell at Hibs came through a loan from Celtic which was executed late on deadline day in 2018.