Northern Ireland international Conor McMenamin says he can’t wait to get going after he signed a two-year deal with St Mirren.
The 27-year-old, who has won six senior international caps, joins the Scottish Premiership outfit from Glentoran.
It’s a good league with a lot of good teams here. Hopefully I can hit the ground running
The winger will play under former Northern Ireland assistant manager Stephen Robinson who is the boss at St Mirren Park.
Speaking to the Buddies’ official website, McMenamin said he’s relishing the prospect of competing in Scotland’s top flight.
"I’m really looking forward to it,” he said.
"It’s been a long few weeks back and forth, and I’m really happy to have it over the line. I can’t wait to get going.
"The manager wants me to be who I am, and play the way I can play. He knows my strengths and I’m going to try and bring my strengths to the team.
“It’s a good league with a lot of good teams here. Hopefully I can hit the ground running.”
McMenamin’s deal is subject to clearance and there’s an option for the Scottish club to extend it by another year.