After much speculation, it has finally been confirmed that Hull City have signed striker Nouha Dicko from Wolves on a three-year deal.
The Mali international suffered a cruciate ligament rupture in 2015 which kept him out for 14 months.
He missed the opening ten games of the 2016/17 season and then came back from his injury, but went on to only complete the full 90 minutes twice for the remainder of the season.
Dicko made 30 league appearances last season but only managed three goals and four assists during those games.
The 25-year-old has already scored one goal in five appearances this season and one goal in the Carabao Cup too which had clearly sparked the interest of Leonid Slutsky and Hull.
Here at FLW, we think this could prove to be a prosperous signing for Hull.
The only real reason Dicko, who was part of Wigan’s FA Cup triumph in 2013, failed at Wolves was due to his injury.
Had that injury not happened we have every faith that he would have been a top striker for the club and still reckon he has the ability to do that for Hull.
His dribbling ability and finishing make him a very capable striker at Championship level.
Dicko has become the tenth new signing for Leonid Slutsky’s squad and with Abel Hernandez, Will Keane, and Greg Luer all currently out with injuries the club were in need of another forward to add to their ranks.
The former Blackpool and Wigan forward had three years left on his deal at Wolves but was too tempted by the chance of regular first team football in East Yorkshire.
What do you think Hull fans? Are you excited about Nouha Dicko playing for your club? Let us know in the comments down below!