Popular striker Steven Doris has returned to Arbroath.
The 27-year-old becomes Dick Campbell’s first signing at the club as the manager looks to build a squad to challenge for the League Two title next season.
Doris arrives at Gayfield for his fourth spell with the Lichties.
He scored 47 times in 104 outings across his three previous spells with the club, with 44 goals coming in 96 games during his three-year spell between 2009 and 2012 and the rest coming in loan spells in 2008 and 2013.
Steven has also turned out for St Johnstone, Montrose, Dundee and most recently Stirling Albion, but it is with Arbroath that he has enjoyed by far the most success.
Campbell was thrilled to secure the signature of a player he has long admired.
He said: “He’s a big player and I’ve been an admirer of him for a while.
“I’m very happy to have him at Arbroath and he’s very happy to come back.
“I’m really looking forward to working with him.”