Kilmarnock have signed former Nottingham Forest striker Nathan Tyson after an account claiming to belong to the player advertised his services on LinkedIn.
The 34-year-old has scored over 100 Football League goals in his career, representing the likes of Forest, Derby County and Doncaster Rovers.
However, Tyson was left without a club after being released by Doncaster and he apparently turned to the business-orientated social network in the hope of earning a contract.
"Hi. Anyone know of any teams that are looking for a striker? I'm still a free agent, willing to train with a team if they want to have a look at me first," the post read.
"Also have my CV and video footage of my last two seasons."
And the move appears to have paid off, with ex-Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark taking Tyson to Scotland.
He had previously been on trial with Carlisle United, before Killie stole in to clinch the signing.