Livingston have brought in Cameron Blues from Falkirk on a two-year deal.
The newly-promoted Premiership club have made Blues their fifth signing since clinching their return to the top flight at the end of last season.
The 20-year-old started last season in the Championship with Falkirk before moving to Edinburgh City for the remainder of the campaign on loan, making 24 appearances over the course of the season and scoring one goal.
David Martindale, acting manager since the departure of David Hopkin, told the club website: “I was alerted to the possibility that Cameron may become available at the tail end of last season.
“He is a young player I was always aware of and had heard good things about. I started to do some deeper research on Cameron and it all came back very positive.
“All the boxes were ticked and I said to the lad’s agent that if Cameron became available, I would be very interested.
“I know Cameron had a few options and I’m delighted he has chosen Livingston to advance his career. He is a dynamic midfielder who can do a job wide or central, but predominantly a central midfielder.
“I have given him a two-year deal to allow time to develop and possibly the option of putting him out on loan if needed, but I have no doubt that over the next few seasons the fans will get the chance to see the best of Cameron in a Livingston shirt.
“He fits into the the ethos at the club of young, hungry, talented players who have the ability and desire to play for Livingston.”