Brechin City have secured the services of their top striker Andy Jackson for a further season to give the relegation threatened Glebe Park men a second boost just days after Alan Trouten also committed himself to the club.
Jackson, who started his career at St. Johnstone, joined Brechin from Morton in the summer of 2011 and he has just returned to help their bid to escape relegation with a plaster cast on his arm after a thumb injury.
The re-signing of the former Republic of Ireland Under-21 internationalist is seen as a major coup by Manager Ray McKinnon who said: "It would be fair to say that there has been a lot of interest in Andy and so there should be as he is a good striker."
"We are delighted with what he has done here and we are delighted that he is going to be staying for longer. I am sure that keeping Andy and Alan shows everyone the desire of this club to do a lot better next season."