Hibs: All 33 signings made under Neil Lennon rated out of 10

Much of discussion which has surrounded Easter Road this season has been the recruitment and the inability to replace the vaunted midfield trio of John McGinn, Scott Allan and Dylan McGeouch.

Tuesday, 29th January 2019, 1:38 pm
Updated Tuesday, 29th January 2019, 1:46 pm

With Neil Lennon on the verge of parting ways we look back at the 33 signings made under the Northern Irishman and rate each one out of 10.

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Signed to provide width and pace as a Brandon Barker replacement but spent far too long injured.

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Formed part of the midfield trio of John McGinn and Dylan McGeouch which will be talked about for years to come.
Best signing under Lennon. The Nigerian brought his experience of operating at the top level to Easter Road and was the most consistent player this campaign before he left.
Didn't play a single game but formed part of the deal which brought Scott Allan to Easter Road. For that he gets a mark.
The winger was electric at times on loan from Manchester City. Could frustrate with his final ball but excited fans with his dribbling. If it wasnt for injuries it could have been higher.
Made just the two appearances for the club after arriving as a back-up. Didnt let the team down.
A shaky start to his Hibs career but has showed he has the quality to challenge Marciano for the No.1 spot.
Played just five times during the Championship winning season but scored two goals to earn wins.
Forty-six minutes as Hibs won the Championship. Dont worry if you are asking who?
There has been moments which have excited fans, especially inventive through balls, but would be unfair to provide a mark at such an early stage.
A useful plan B in the Championship and a regular option from the bench. Scored four league goals but none could be classed as important. The second tier was his level.
The Englishman had his critics but won praise from Jason Cummings for the work he did in the partnership. Put in a fantastic goalscoring performance when Hibs beat Hearts 3-1 in the Scottish Cup and was perfect for the Championship campaign.
Hibs fans have yet to see the best of the Irishman. He has not been helped by Lennon switching his position, but has threatened to light up.
Didnt have the impact Lennon would have hoped for, missing a large chunk of the second half of the Championship season. Did, however, provide two assists on his debut against Dundee United.
The American was very much the case of decent but could have been so much more. Showed glimpses of his undoubted talent during his loan spell but not the consistency.
Chasisted and chided by the management team despite not being the worst performing player at the club in recent weeks. A talented striker with a string of attributes and has scored 19 in 41.
Proved himself a capable deputy.
A tale of two halves. A potent striker in his first six months at the club, off the boil after re-signing on loan.
The midfielder divides opinion. There have been weeks where fans must have thought he was a master at hide and seek. However, he is the clubs top scorer and has an excellent range of passing when he gets on the ball.
The Israeli has been a formidable presence between the sticks for Hibs. He has made mistakes but made up for those with a number of outstanding saves.
Brought in to provide the team with a different kind of threat in the final third but was shown to be a limited footballer. Scored just once, against Ayr in the Betfred Cup.
Featured twice this season before leaving having signed on a short-term deal. Showed enough in his two outings that he would have been a useful squad player.
Two appearances. A player to add depth in the Championship winning season. Not good enough for the step up.
Arrived with a big reputation despite not have played in Europe. Has not fully found his rhythm in the Hibs midfield and time to date is best summed up by the way Greg Stewart bamboozled him in the 3-0 defeat to Kilmarnock.
There was a modicum of surprise when Hibs agreed a deal to sign the striker but he hit the ground running and adapted well. Yet, it was clear that he wasnt quite cut out for a team with Hibs ambitions.
A player who arrived with a decent pedigree, Dutch international and had recently won the Eredivisie title with Feyenoord. Has not demonstrated anything and Whittaker was preferred to him at left-back in the recent win over St Mirren.
Far too early to judge.
Eyebrows were raised when the former Hearts defender pitched up at Easter Road. His Hibs career consisted of a 31 minute appearance.
Was an important part of Hibs Championship winning team, playing 27 times in the league. But there was always the feeling that he should have delivered more, especially in front of goal as he only netted once.
Arrived from Juventus which brings its own hype. Has had a number of positive moments, scoring against both sides of the Old Firm but has had a raft of anonymous performances, not helped when played as wing-back.
11 goals in 21 games is not to be sniffed at. Yet, his Hibs career ended in acrimony, suspended by the club. The team were noticeably better after he was replaced.
It simply didnt work for the Hibs fan. Couldnt force himself into the starting XI on a regular basis.
Returned to the club where it all began but it hasnt gone well. Has played across a number of positions but has not been close to reaching the heights of his first spell.