KELTY Hearts have made a trio of signings as Michael Tidser continues to add to his squad.

The new boss welcomed Adam Corbett, Ross Cunningham and Stefan McCluskey to New Central Park yesterday (Wednesday).

The latest arrivals follow goalkeeper Kyle Gourlay in joining the club ahead of the new season.

Wednesday's first addition was defender Corbett, who has agreed to the switch from League Two side Stenhousemuir following the expiration of his contract.

The 24-year-old centre-back featured 39 times for Stenny across all competitions during the 2022/23 campaign, scoring once.

Kelty will be without the goal threat and creativity of Nathan Austin, Jamie Barjonas, Joe Cardle and Kallum Higginbotham next year, but Tidser has acted quickly to secure two replacements in attack.

Cunningham arrives from Clyde with the 25-year-old forward netting 10 times from 33 appearances last season for the Bully Wee, with three coming against Kelty in League One.

A familiar face to Tidser has also strengthened the Kelty squad with Stefan McCluskey leaving Forfar Athletic for the Maroon Machine.

The experienced and versatile 32-year-old was a teammate of the Kelty boss after signing for Greenock Morton in 2016.