Sean Kelly has become the latest player to commit his future to Ross County.
The former AFC Wimbeldon and St Mirren defender, pictured left, has re-signed for the Staggies’ Championship campaign after making 18 appearances in an injury-plagued first season.
County co-manager Steven Ferguson sees Kelly almost as a new signing, as he did not play for the club after Ferguson and Stuart Kettlewell took over.
He said: “We are delighted that Sean has committed his future to the club. In a sense it is like a new signing for us because he has never featured under Stuart or myself due to injury.
“Now, having fully recovered, Sean can’t wait to get back for pre-season and playing first-team football regularly and we are looking forward to working with him.”
Kelly was brought to Dingwall by former manager Jim McIntyre on a two-year deal after leaving Wimbledon.
He was a team-mate of ex-County defender Jason Naismith, who moved to Peterborough earlier this week, both at Victoria Park nd at St Mirren.