ROSS County’s SPL aspirations have been dealt a major boost with confirmation left-sided Iain Vigurs has signed up for another year.
Announcing the key signing – news of which followed hot on the heels of the revelation that defender Scott Morrison’s offer of a contract has now been withdrawn – manager Derek Adams stated his belief fans have still to see the best of the player.
Vigurs played a major role in the Dingwall-based club’s title-winning season, during which Ross County went a remarkable 34 games unbeaten.
The 24-year-old has set his signature to a deal that will keep him at the club until the end of next season.
He joins a clutch of players who have extended their stay at Victoria Park until the end of the club’s historic debut season in the SPL.
Fears had been mounting that he might have been wooed by one of a number of clubs understood to be interested in snapping him up.
Vigus has already racked up almost 100 appearances for the Staggies since arriving in Dingwall in the summer of 2009.
Despite already boasting an impressive record which includes Alba Cup and First Division winner's medals, manager Derek Adams feels the fans have yet to see the best of the player.
He said: "Having only turned 24 years of age in May, Iain is a fantastic prospect with superb ability and technique.
“He has already been a great servant to the club but I am certain there is a lot more to come and I am delighted that he will remain in a County shirt as he continues to develop and mature as a player."Pick up this week's Ross-shire Journal for the latest from the County camp.