Edgar Cani sealed his switch to Leeds on deadline day.
LUFC Pictures (@LUFCPictures) February 2, 2015
New Leeds United signing Edgar Cani went straight into training on his first day at the club, meeting his new teammates.
The Albanian striker sealed a deadline day switch earlier this Monday, moving from Serie B side Catania.
He has been handed the number 10 shirt at the club, with fellow new signing Granddi Ngoyi switching to number six.
All three of Leeds' signings, also including Sol Bamba, have arrived from the Italian leagues, and are on loan deals until the end of the season, with the club currently under transfer embargo.
Cani's move had been touted for several weeks, with the striker telling the club website it had been on the cards for around a month.
The target man's mission will be to help Leeds continue their recent impressive form, currently unbeaten in their last four matches in the Championship, pulling away from the relegation zone.
Cani has four goals in 15 international games for Albania.