Brechin City manager Ray McKinnon has added to his squad with the signing of 27-year-old midfielder Stuart Anderson.
Anderson has joined Brechin City on a year-long contract, having been released from Raith Rovers at the end of the season.
The Aberdeen-born player is well travelled, with his previous clubs including Southampton, Blackpool, Ross County, Livingston, Peterhead, and Salisbury Town.
Also signing new contracts were Greg Cameron and Graham Hay, who both featured for City in the second half of the season under Mr McKinnon.
Hay joined the club in on loan from junior side, Lochee United, and eventually signed a deal with City until the end of the season.
He has now put pen to paper on a contract extension that will see him stay at Brechin City until May, 2014.
Cameron is a former Dundee United youth player, and has featured in the first team.
He joined City in the latter stages of the season to help build up his match fitness and impressed the management team enough to earn a year-long deal.
City’s squad for next season now looks like this:
Stuart Anderson, Johnny Brown, Greg Cameron, Derek Carcary, Graham Hay, Andy Jackson, Gerry McLauchlan, Paul McLean, Craig Molloy, Ewan Moyes, Craig Nelson, Ben Tough and Alan Trouten.
Former Brechin City player, David McKenna will face his former club next season after he signed for Stranraer. Manager Stephen Aitken told the club’s website he was “delighted” at the signing.
In other club news, the pitch improvement works are still ongoing with silt traps and new drainage being installed this week.