Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox has signed a one-year extension with the Staggies.
Co-managers Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson were keen to keep the former Partick Thistle stopper, particular in the wake of Aaron McCarey’s departure.
Fox endured an inconsistent campaign as the Staggies were relegated from the top flight. He lost his place on three occasions and sustained a hamstring injury against St Johnstone, restricting him to 22 league appearance.
Kettlewell said: “He is a Premiership-standard keeper so it’s a massive coup to get him on board.
“I think he will be a huge asset to the club as he has proven to be in each of his three seasons with us so far.”
The club also confirmed striker Craig Curran is leaving the club after his contract expired. He joined from Nuneaton in January 2015 and played a key role in Jim McIntyre’s side escaping relegation that season. But, with Dundee United linked with the striker, Curran has decided his three-year stay in Dingwall is at an end.
Kettlewell added: “Everyone at the club wishes Craig the best in his future career.
“Craig has been a great servant who always gave his all for Ross County.”
The club are still waiting on a response from club captain Andrew Davies, who has also been offered the chance to stay at the Global Energy Stadium.
Kettlewell said: “We’re waiting to see what happens with Andrew – a contract offer has been made but he needs to weigh up one or two things. We’ve had dialogue with him but he has to consider things family-wise and football-wise.”