Partick Thistle midfielder Iain Flannigan has agreed a new one-year contract with the Firhill club.

The 23-year-old impressed in his first season in the Irn- Bru First Division after being signed by former boss Ian McCall last summer.

He made 32 appearances for the Jags and scored four goals, filling in across the midfield positions.

The former Kilmarnock star endured a frustrating end to the campaign after being struck down with injury, but has done enough to net himself a new deal.

Manager Jackie McNamara has tied up a number of his out-of- contract stars since being appointed Jags boss last month, with only Paddy Boyle and Bryan Hodge leaving Firhill during the close season.

"We are delighted to get Iain signed up for next season," he said.

"He had some injury problems towards the end of last season but he has certainly got ability, as he has shown already for the club.

"He has got two good feet and he is good on the ball.

"He has got all the attributes to be a top player and now it is up to me to get the best out of him next year and make sure that he kicks on and keeps improving.

"Iain is a skilful player and hopefully he can show that again next season."

The conclusion of Flannigan's deal means only defender John Robertson has to sort out his future ahead of the new season.

The 35-year-old has been at Firhill for five years but, with finances tight, a deal has yet to be done that would see him extend his Thistle career for another campaign.

McNamara is keen to retain the services of the versatile defender, with his ability to operate at centre-back or right-back vital as the Jags boss prepares for his first season in charge with a limited first-team pool.

He said: "I spoke to Robbo last week and it will come down to finances.

"I would love to keep him, but we will just have to wait and see. He has had offers, but I don't think he has done anything about it yet.

"We would like him to stay at the club and we will see if something can be done.

"The most important thing for Robbo is for him to look after himself.

"He can't wait about forever on me, he has got a wife and family to think about. I will not mess him about."

One player who could be on his way in to Firhill is former Scotland winger Neil McCann.

McNamara is a close friend of the ex-Rangers and Hearts star, and hopes a deal can be reached that would see the 36-year-old play on after making a comeback for Dundee last season.

He said: "I would love to get him in. I was with Neil last week doing my Pro-licence in Belfast and we spoke about it.

"He has been asked to go to Dundee with Barry Smith as he was there last season.

"I have got Alan Archibald and David Rowson in their 30s and the rest of them are all young kids.

"It is all about setting examples. Neil is a really fit lad. He could still play at a high level for me. If I can tempt him to come and play any part at all then I would be delighted.

"He has got commitments with Sky, but we are talking. I have got a close friendship with him and I will try my best to bring him in.

"If he can come and do a little bit for us, it would be great."