Englishman Hiwula has signed a two-year contract at Victoria Park, becoming a member of Owura Edwards and Kazeem Olaigbe in arriving through the Staggies’ coaching camp in Verona.
The trio observe the additions of Victor Loturi, Yan Dhanda and George Harmon final week.
Ross County have continued so as to add to their squad with the seize of Doncaster Rovers ahead Jordy Hiwula.
Hiwula, who’s a former England under-19 worldwide, spent final season with Doncaster, the place he netted one aim in 18 league begins throughout an injury-ravaged marketing campaign.
Having began his profession with hometown membership Manchester Metropolis, he has additionally had spells with Huddersfield City, Coventry Metropolis and Portsmouth.
His two-year spell at Coventry was notably fruitful, having netted 17 targets in 61 outings.
The 27-year-old will now bolster the Staggies’ attacking choices for the brand new marketing campaign after finishing his swap to Dingwall.
County boss Mackay stated: “Jordy is a superb addition to the group. He’s an skilled participant that has scored targets throughout the EFL over numerous years.
“Jordy joined us right here in Italy earlier within the week and has settled into the group nicely. We’re delighted with how he has built-in, and sit up for seeing him pull on the Staggies jersey.”
Hiwula turns into County’s fourth everlasting signing of the summer time, following on from the mortgage arrivals of Edwards from Bristol Metropolis and Southampton teen Olaigbe earlier this week.
Having made eight mortgage additions through the course of final time period, Mackay is inspired by the steps being taken to deliver extra long-term stability to his squad.
With all six new arrivals having joined up with County throughout their Italian coaching camp, Mackay is happy with the combination inside his squad.
Mackay added: “It means they get to know one another a bit faster, as a result of they’re in one another’s firm 24 hours a day.
“Whereas we’re right here we’ll do a few bonding workout routines, however they will even get to understand how one another play.