DUMBARTON striker Bryan Prunty has become the latest player to commit his future to the club for the new season.
Sons boss Alan Adamson has moved quickly to tie up his promotion-winning stars ahead of their shot at the Irn-Bru First Division next year, writes Chris Jack.
Stephen Grindlay, James Creaney and Scott Agnew all put pen-to-paper on deals in recent days and Prunty has now followed suit, agreeing a new contract that will keep him at the Rock for a further 12 months.
Sons chief executive Gilbert Lawrie said: "Our existing squad that did us proud last season are now coming back on board for what will be a fantastic journey in the new campaign. Bryan's signature is a welcome start to the week."
Meanwhile, Morton boss Allan Moore has completed his fourth deal of the summer with the capture of midfielder Stephen Stirling from Stranraer.
Stirling started his career at Rangers and was a member of the Blues side that narrowly missed out on promotion to the Second Division this season as Keith Knox's side lost their play-off final to Albion Rovers on penalties.
Moore has already signed Willie Dyer, Mark McLaughlin and Jason Naismith and could move for Albion keeper Derek Gaston.