Souleymane Coulibaly heads list of new Kilmarnock signings
Lee Clark has also added Jamie Cobain and Jordan Jones with more new arrivals expected.
Kilmarnock have added six new signings to their squad with more additions expected as Lee Clark reshapes his squad for next season.
Striker Souleymane Coulibaly, an Ivory Coast youth international, has joined from Peterborough United and signed a three-year contract at Rugby Park.
The club, who narrowly avoided relegation last season with a victory in the play-off, have also snapped up teenage defender Jamie Cobain, formerly of Newcastle United, and Middlesbrough winger Jordan Jones.
Callum McFadzean, a 22-year-old left winger who previously played for Sheffield United has also signed, as have midfielder Martin Smith and former Aston Villa defender Joshua Webb.
Coulibaly began his career with Spurs but never progressed to first team level. A loan spell at Grosseto was followed by a move to Bari and another loan at Pistoiese before he returned to the UK to play for Peterborough.
The 21-year old was capped by Ivory Coast at youth level and was top scorer at the Under-17 World Cup in 2011.