Kilmarnock have completed the signing of David Fernandez after the Spanish forward agreed a severance package with Dundee United.
Fernandez (left) had fallen out of favour at Dundee United
The 30-year-old has signed a two-year contract at Rugby Park with the option of an another season but is unlikely to feature at Falkirk on Saturday.
The former Livingston and Celtic player could play in the CIS cup match against Queen of the South on Tuesday.
However, Kilmarnock have missed out on signing target Keith Lasley.
The 26-year-old midfielder had been discussing a deal with Killie but has chosen to join former club Motherwell.
The Ayrshire club also failed to persuade ex-Newcastle United midfielder Martin Brittain to join up after his trial.
"He had a few weeks with us, but we have a few similar players in his position," said Jefferies.
"We could not guarantee him a first-team place, so he is looking elsewhere for that,"