Hiwula has joined the Staggies on a two-year deal from Doncaster Rovers, making the transfer earlier this week for a nominal price.
The 27-year-old endured a irritating 12-month interval at Doncaster, the place he netted as soon as in 25 appearances.
Jordy Hiwula is set to take advantage of the contemporary begin he has been handed by Ross County.
A disrupted begin via harm was adopted by an extra spell on the sidelines later within the marketing campaign.
It was a troublesome marketing campaign for Rovers as a complete, as they completed twenty second in English League One to endure relegation.
Hiwula is aiming to rekindle the shape he confirmed throughout a two-year spell at Coventry Metropolis between 2018 and 2020, the place he netted 17 targets in 61 appearances.
Having been recognized by Staggies boss Malky Mackay, Hiwula was keen to know the chance of a change of scene.
Hiwula mentioned: “It was a troublesome season personally. I used to be enjoying catch up as a result of I had a few accidents.
“The staff wasn’t doing too properly, so it was a troublesome one.
“I really feel by developing right here I can begin another time.
“I see it as a contemporary begin, and an enormous problem for myself coming as much as Scotland.
“Now I’ve bought a clear slate and hopefully I can come up right here and showcase my expertise.
“The league in Scotland might be at the very best it has been in the previous few years.
“It will be robust, however I’m prepared for the problem.”
Hiwula’s transfer to Dingwall reunites him along with his former Wigan Athletic team-mate Don Cowie, who’s now Mackay’s assistant supervisor at Victoria Park.