Dundee have today the signed Lewis Spence.
The 21-year-old midfielder has put pen to paper on a one-year deal.
Spence has spent the last four years on the books at Dunfermline, where he was coached by Dee boss Neil McCann.
He was let go by the East End Park side and will now join his former teammate Faissal El Bakhtaoui in the Dens Park dressing room.
The Fifer played 34 times for the Pars and had spells on loan at Brechin.
Boss Neil McCann said that the unproven midfielder was worthy of a chance.
He said: “I’ve seen enough of Lewis in my time at Dunfermline that suggests I wanted to give him a chance here at Dundee. I want to work with him to try realise the potential that I saw in him.”
“He knows he is going to have to work extremely hard to force his way into my first eleven but if you take our new vice-captain Cammy Kerr for example, it shows how far you can go in a short space of time with drive and determination given the opportunity.”