Ross County have secured defender Jamie Reckord and talented youngster Tony Dingwall on extended contracts, however the news has been dampened by the latter sustaining a hand injury that will keep him out for a month.
Former Wolves player Reckord, 22, has consolidated the left back position at Victoria Park since arriving on a free transfer in October, and has penned an extension until the end of the season with the option of a further year.
Dingwall, 20, has signed a two and a half year extension which sees him remain with the Staggies until 2017.
Dingwall has broken into the first-team in recent weeks, netting twice in the 2-2 draw against Motherwell last weekend, however manager Jim McIntyre confirmed the midfielder will be out for the next three to four weeks after injuring his hand in Saturday’s 1-0 defeat against Hamilton Accies.
Meanwhile, English forward Craig Curran has gone on trial with County in a bid to win a contract at Victoria Park. The 25 year-old has most recently been playing for Nuneaton Town, having previously played for Tranmere Rovers, Carlisle United and Rochdale.