City have begun their January transfer activity by completing the permanent signing of the League of Ireland’s joint top goalscorer Jack Moylan.
The 22-year-old forward has been training with the Imps since the conclusion of the Irish season where he hit 15 goals as Shelbourne qualified for European competition.
He said: "I've really enjoyed being over here, it has been like a mini pre-season which has allowed me to get up to speed with my team-mates - I’m chomping at the bit and ready to hit the ground running.
"Everyone has made me feel so welcome that I already know this club is the right one for me and - it has lived up to everything I was told and I'm settling in more every day.
"The Irish league was brilliant for me, but I feel ready to take the next step, and can't wait to get out there in front of the Lincoln City fans."
City’s director of football Jez George said: "Jack is a player that we watched extensively last season and although we would have loved to have brought him over in the summer transfer window, he stayed to complete the job of helping Shelbourne qualify for Europe and now has the benefit of being part of our training group since Michael’s arrival.
"Jack has all the attributes to adjust to the pace, physicality and demands of League One. He is a talented young player, with an elite mentality, relentless work ethic and the ability to score goals, so we look forward to our supporters finally seeing him in a Lincoln City shirt.”
Moylan has taken the No. 28 shirt - purchase yours with personalisation HERE.