KILMARNOCK have added Youssouf Mulumbu to their ranks after agreeing a deal until the end of the season.
The former-West Brom man was released by Norwich at the end of last season and was training with the Ayrshire side after speaking to ex-Baggies and current Killie boss Steve Clarke.
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“I didn’t come to Kilmarnock just like that.
“I spoke with Steve Clarke and he told me everything about the club and that was a big impact that he came here.”
The 30-year-old credited Clarke as being the reason for him deciding to move up to Scotland.
“I worked with him for a year and I know he’s an honest manager. I know the way he trains and the way he wants to play, so it suits me and was a big affect for me coming here.
“I’m looking forward to showing the real Mulumbu. I was with Norwich for two years and it didn’t work like I wanted, so I have something to prove.”
Mulumbu has 36 caps for DR Congo and will add enormous experience to the Kilmarnock side that look to climb the table after a successful start under Clarke.