Crusaders have signed former Northern Ireland Under-21 defender Cameron Dummigan, adding to the array of talent already at Seaview.
The 23-year-old joins up with Stephen Baxter's side from Dundalk with the Crues hoping he can be a key figure in their quest for league and cup glory in the remaining months of the season.
Prior to his short spell with Dundalk, Dummigan was a favourite at Oldham having started his professional career at Burnley.
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It could prove to be an astute signing for the Seaview side, who, after an inconsistent spell, have beaten Coleraine and Larne in the last two league games 1-0 and 3-0 respectively, moving into second behind Glentoran. They are now on a run of five wins in a row in all competitions without conceding a goal.
There is a sense at the Shore Road club and around the league that they are ready to make the type of late-season charge that has become their trademark.