He joins Jagiellonia Bialystok who sit second in the Ekstraklasa standings
Irish striker Cillian Sheridan has completed his move to the Polish top flight after singing for Jagiellonia Bialystok this week.
Sheridan, who has appeared four times in an Irish jersey, finishes a four-year spell in Cyprus. The 28-year-old, who's contract runs out at the end of the current term, appeared for both APOEL (46 apps) and most recently Omonia Nicosia (53 apps) during his time abroad. He scored 31 goals in 99 appearances in the country.
The caption reads: "Cillian Sheridan, welcome to Jadze! More info soon at jagiellonia.pl."
He now begins his new career in the Polish top-flight, with Jagiellonia second in the league and sitting four points adrift of Lechia Gdańsk.
The club won the Polish Cup in 2010 and are looking to record their best ever league finish, topping their third place spot in the 2014-15 season.
Sheridan has played in both Scotland - with Celtic, Kilmarnock and a handful of appearances on loan with St Johnstone - as well as in Bulgaria with CSKA Sofia.