COWDENBEATH have secured another signing with a young forward joining the club.

Josh Jack, 22, has signed today (Thursday) as Calum Elliot continues to recruit new faces at Central Park.

After coming through the youth ranks at Celtic, he spent four years with St Mirren.

During that time he enjoyed loan moves at Clyde and Albion Rovers.

He joined Forfar Athletic last summer before moving to Hurlford United earlier this year.

On the move, Elliot commented: "Josh is a really talented boy.

"Technically outstanding and I’m positive he will provide creativity in the opposition’s final third of the pitch.

"He’s ready to find a home, have a strong season and be part of a team which wants to go out to win games of football."

Jack said: "Delighted to be here as I know how big a club this is.

"Really excited to join and work with the gaffer after having conversations with him and Colin Nelson.

"Those conversations made me want to play my football here."

Cowdenbeath have already made several signings in the wake of the 2022/23 campaign drawing to a close.

Jack Tait, a 25-year-old left-back, was the first in the door at Central Park after joining from Hermes FC.

Ewan Macpherson, who was top goalscorer for Cumbernauld Colts last season, soon followed with the 24-year-old striker putting pen to paper.

Experienced striker Kevin Smith will also play in Cowden colours next year as well as aiding Calum Elliot in the dugout as assistant manager.

Ciaren Chalmers and Gregor Jordan both joined from Gala Fairydean on Tuesday evening, taking the summer signings total to five.