Aiden McGeady returned to Scottish Football in June 2022, after he signed a one-year deal with the Club.
Capped 93 times for the Republic of Ireland, the winger brings with him a wealth of experience to Easter Road.
Having started his career in Scotland with Celtic, McGeady made his name with the Hoops, playing over 200 games for the Glasgow side across seven seasons.
McGeady enjoyed a stint with Spartak Moscow before moving to Everton to play in the Premier League.
After playing in the Champions League and England’s top flight, McGeady spent several years in the English Championship and EFL with Sheffield Wednesday, Preston North End, Charlton Athletic and Sunderland.
During his time in the North East of England with the Black Cats, he first played under new Hibs manager, Lee Johnson.
Johnson got the best out of the tricky winger during his time at Sunderland, and the pair will be hoping to make the same impact in Edinburgh.