Dundee fans had the chance to watch some of the team’s new additions on Monday as the club opened its doors for a public training session.
Supporters were invited to attend at the Kilmac Stadium from 10am to 1pm and watch on from the Bobby Cox Stand as manager James McPake led players through their paces.
Fans were given the opportunity to meet the first team players and engage in a range of other activities put on specially for the day.
The free session also saw supporters reintroduced to team mascot Deewok, who has been brought out of cold storage for next season after being dropped at the end of season 2017/18.
Deewok was a Dens Park fixture for almost 20 years but the club confirmed he had been “sleeping for over a year now” prior to an advert being placed last month for an individual to help take the bear “out of hibernation”.
A spokesman for the club said: “It was a successful event and great for so many fans to see the new management team and squad up close ahead of the new season starting this week.
“As well as having our players train on the pitch and signing autographs for the supporters, we also had activities such as face painting, inflatable football goals, the return of Deewok and a stall from our new main club sponsor Switch.
“We are keen to hold events like this to try and get the players and staff as close to the supporters as possible.”
Dundee returned from their pre-season training camp in Spain late on Friday evening ahead of yesterday’s open day session.
The team will play their first home pre-season match and last fixture ahead of competitive football when they welcome Blackpool to the Kilmac Stadium this evening at 7.45pm.
They will then travel to Raith Rovers on Saturday in the Betfred Cup.