Bristol City manager Lee Johnson has spoken for the first time after the club signed Matty Taylor, 26, from local rivals Bristol Rovers.
Following City's 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday, Johnson said that moving across Bristol was a "brave" move from Taylor.
Johnson identified Matty as a "poacher and goalscorer" and made clear that the Robins did there "due diligence" before signing the man who scored 67 times for Rovers on Deadline Day.
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Bristol City's first new signings of the January transfer window have said they believe the club can turn their season around after a poor run of form.
City secured the signing of German midfielfer Jens Hegeler from Hertha Berlin earlier this week before Bosnian forward Milan Djuric agreed a move yesterday.
The Robins are without a win in their last six games but that hasn't put either of the new boys off.
Bristol City have signed former Champions League midfielder Jens Hegeler.Read the full story ›
Both Bristol's football sides are looking to bring in big names from Italy to revitalise their squads for the rest of the season.Read the full story ›