Elgin City manager Gavin Price says the ball is in Tony Dingwall’s court after he offered the former Ross County midfielder a deal at Borough Briggs.
Dingwall has been training with the League Two outfit in recent weeks, after being released by newly-promoted Championship side Raith Rovers in the summer.
The 26-year-old previously spent a short stint on loan with Elgin during his time with hometown club County, playing three matches towards the end of 2017 shortly after his recovery from a long-term knee injury.
Price has been impressed by the impact made by Dingwall, whose brother Russell also plays for the Black and Whites, but insists any deal will come down to the player’s willingness to join the Moray outfit.
Price said: “I don’t know if it will happen or not.
“We have offered him a deal, but whether or not he accepts that is another thing.
“We will just need to play it by ear. Tony has been in training, and he has shown he’s got a bit of quality.
“It would be a good addition to the squad if we could get him, but it’s in his hands.”
Dingwall has top-flight experience, having made 59 appearances for County after making his debut in 2014, netting four goals.
Although he was handed a new contract following County’s relegation to the Championship in 2018, Dingwall was allowed to leave to join Raith, where he made 32 appearances in an 18-month stint.