Northern Ireland under-21 international Harry Robinson has signed a one-year deal with Scottish League One outfit Clyde following his release from Motherwell last month.
The Preston-born forward made his debut for Glenavon as a 15-year-old before embarking on a professional career with Oldham Athletic where he spent three years.
He joined Motherwell in March 2020, but made just one first-team appearance during his time at Fir Park. Last season he was loaned out to Queen of the South but his first-team opportunities were hampered by injury.
Speaking to the official website, Clyde boss Danny Lennon, a former Northern Ireland ‘B’ international, said:
“We are excited to have Harry with us for next season. We see in him a player with great potential.
“As a forward he is direct and playing on the wing he is creative and possesses great delivery. He has represented his country at every youth level and has been on the fringes of the first team at Motherwell.
“Now is a make-or-break season for him,” added Lennon. “We believe we can help him to develop that potential into reality and give him the platform to make a significant impact and contribution in games.
“The ball is in his court now to display the work ethic, the hunger, the desire and the levels of application that we believe he is capable of to step up to the challenge of establishing himself as a player that opposition players are worried about and our fans are excited to see on the ball.”