Livingston have snapped up Musselburgh Atheltic hotshot Jordyn Sheerin on a two-year deal.
The 25-year-old striker, who netted an astonishing 42 goals last term for Burgh, will bolster manager Mark Burchill’s attacking options ahead of the new Championship season which gets under way on Saturday, August 8.
Sheerin isn’t a rookie to the senior game, having previously been on the books of East Fife, Arbroath and East Stirling.
However, after signing for Edinburgh amateur outfit Heriot Vale in 2013, Sheerin earned a move to Junior outfit Musselburgh in the East Super League and scored a wonder goal in the 2-1 defeat to Auchinleck Talbot in the Scottish Junior Cup final at Kilmarnock’s Rugby Park earlier this month.
Livingston have also promoted youth-development player Ryan Currie into the first-team squad and the midfielder will report back for pre-season training with the rest of his team-mates on Monday.
As it stands, Livi now have ten players registered, including Burchill, after the club’s transfer embargo was lifted earlier this week. Winger Myles Hippolyte has also been offered terms for next season.