A French soccer player is donating his entire salary to charities and good causes during a short-term spell at second-division English club Birmingham.

Guy Moussi is splitting his pay between the Stop Ebola campaign, a charity raising money for the Soma Mine disaster in Turkey, a church in Paris and the Birmingham City Disabled Supporters Club.

The 29-year-old Moussi signed for Birmingham on Thursday on an initial two-month deal after being released by Nottingham Forest. He used to play in France for Anger.