Raith Rovers boss Ray McKinnon has made another new signing in the shape of striker Mitch Megginson.
The former Aberdeen front man, who was also capped at Scotland Under-17 and Under-19 level, has spent the last two seasons with part-time Dumbarton, netting 16 goals in 83 appearances for the Sons.
The 22-year-old left Dumbarton last month to try to get back into full-time football and he will now ply his trade with Rovers.
McKinnon has been busy reshaping his squad since he took over as Rovers boss.
A whole host of last season’s regulars such as Ryan Conroy, Calum Elliot, Liam Fox, Dougie Hill, Kevin Moon and Christian Nade have left the club while the manager has retained others and added new faces former Dundee United midfielder Darren Petrie, Ryan McCord from Alloa and now Megginson.
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