Barrow AFC have bolstered their attack with the loan signing of Burton Albion frontman Aaron Amadi-Holloway.

The 28-year-old has joined the Bluebirds until the end of the season.

And the Welsh forward could make his debut in Barrow's League Two clash at Newport County tomorrow.

Amadi-Holloway becomes Barrow's fourth signing of the January transfer window and their third in attack.

The well-travelled striker has featured 11 times for League One outfit Burton this campaign, scoring three goals.

All those goals came in a Papa John's Trophy tie at Wycombe Wanderers when Amadi-Holloway's hat-trick helped the Brewers to a 5-0 win.

He last featured for his parent club as a substitute in their 3-1 defeat to Rotherham on December 11. 

He joined Burton last summer after spells overseas with Indian Super League side East Bengal and Australian outfit Brisbane Roar, both moves seeing the striker managed by Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler.

Before that he had spells with Shrewsbury Town, Oldham Athletic, Fleetwood Town, Wycombe, Newport and Bristol City, having previously been part of Cardiff City's academy.

Barrow boss Mark Cooper has been keen to add to his attacking options in a bid to add the goals that will improve the Bluebirds' position at the wrong end of League Two.

Amadi-Holloway joins fellow loan strikers Will Harris and Jacob Wakeling, with defender Anthony Glennon having also joined the club this month.

The Bluebirds confirmed that Amadi-Holloway had completed his move in time to be available for tomorrow's clash in south Wales.

Cooper, speaking about the signing on the club website, said of Amadi-Holloway: “He’s an out and out target man.

“He will play through the middle, he’s good in the air and he will occupy defenders. People have been saying that is what we need, and we’ve been trying to find one.

“We have signed two young boys on loan who have bright futures in the game, but the way the last two games have gone they probably need a little bit of help.

“Aaron has become available, and I always said that if we could find the right one, we’d try and do the deal so that’s what we’ve done.”