We're delighted to be able to tell you that manager Barry Smith has agreed to sign a three year deal, which will be completed when he returns from his holiday.
Stephen O'Donnell, John Gibson and Connor Rennie have also agreed one year deals.
Website reporter Jacqui Robertson spoke to Barry "You realise there's a great bond between the supporters and the players just now and we need the full backing of the support. Obviously we're disappointed at the last day of the season result but they know how much those boys have put into this season.
"As I say that's because there is a great bond between the players and the supporters. We can't thank them enough for coming through."
Remembering their rollercoaster season, the manager said, "It's a tremendous achievement what the boys have done. We're delighted at what we've achieved over the season and that's what counts."
Asked if it was frustrating to potentially have been league winners if it hadn't been for the 25 points, he said. "Who's to say. Would the same reaction have happened?"
Looking forward to challenging next season, Barry has his work cut out for him holding onto his excellent team. "We're obviously looking forward to next season. It's a case of trying to get as many boys signed up as possible so that we can stabilise the club again. We can't go daft - we've just got to be careful."
Asked if he was hopeful to hold onto the current squad, Barry reiterated his thoughts of the last few weeks. "Yeah, very hopeful. I think they should be when they see the reception they got from the fans."