Formartine United manager Paul Lawson is pleased to have recruited goalkeeper Balint Demus.
The Cove Rangers custodian will join the North Lodge Park side on a season-long loan, subject to SFA approval.
Demus, 19, will compete with Ewen Macdonald for a place between the posts at North Lodge Park.
Demus played for Formartine as a trialist in a 2-0 friendly win over Bridge of Don Thistle on Wednesday night.
Boss Lawson said: “It’s good to get Balint in, he’s trained with us and played as a trialist in a friendly.
“We’ve actively been looking to get a goalkeeper in. Losing Kevin Main was a blow to us.
“Ewen Macdonald has done really well and has been very patient in the last couple of years.
“But we needed somebody to come in and push him. I know Cove have high hopes for Balint and he’s shown us already in training what he’s capable of.
“I’m sure he’ll push Ewen all the way for a place in the team.”
Assessing trialists in pre-season
Lawson, who is still open to adding to his squad, also played former Aberdeen youngster Andy Paterson as a trialist against Bridge of Don.
He added: “It was good to get the game the other night and it’s good to have a look at players.
“The guys have worked really hard so far in pre-season, Andy looked good and fitted in well.
“You can train all you want, but it’s good to see players in a game and we’ll see how things progress.
“I think if there’s a good player available that we think can improve us we’ll go after him.”