Dundee have completed the signing of 23 year old midfielder Ross Chisholm.
Ross began his career at Hibs were he played 46 times for the first team before moving on to spells at Shamrock Rovers and then Darlington. He joined Arbroath a year ago and was an instrumental part of the side which won the Third Division under Paul Sheerin.
David Young took the traditional 'he's not signed until he's paraded at Dens' picture and straight afterwards our reporter Jacqui Robertson spoke to the new boy.
"It's great" said Ross Chisholm after a hectic couple of days leading up to him officially becoming a Dark Blue. "I was rushing around last night and this morning to get everything sorted out but it's great."
Telling us how circumstances saw him end up at dens, Ross said "I spoke to the manager this morning there and he was saying he had watched me six or seven times playing for Arbroath and he liked what he saw. Hopefully I can produce what he saw this season. I'm an honest hardworking player and I like to pass the ball and create goals."
"Not really" he said when asked if he knows any of the current squad, "So I'll see them all on Thursday. The manager and the physio have just told me that they're a great bunch of boys. I'm quite quiet so I'll just keep myself to myself and work my way into the squad."
Bringing a bit of experience to the team, Ross is happy to share that although he appreciates he can learn from others too. "I've played in the SPL. I'm sure some of the boys have played at a better level than me in the dressing room so I'll come in and go about my business and help the team as much as possible."
Clearly looking forward to getting started, Ross said "I actually can't wait. I'm quite excited. Dundee are a big club obviously so just to get started as soon as possible would be great, and once the games kick in, we'll roll on from there."