MIDFIELDER Iain Vigurs has agreed terms to stay at SPL side Ross County.
The 24-year old has put pen to paper on a one-year deal which will see him stay at Victoria Park until the end of the 2012-2013 season.
The deal will allow Vigurs to play a part in Ross County’s historic first season in Scotland’s top tier, which kicks-off in August.
The former ICT and Aberdeen man played a vital role in helping the Stags’ seal promotion from Irn Bru Division One last season, netting seven goals in all competitions.
Manager Derek Adams 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."
He joins Paul Lawson, Richard Brittain, Scott Boyd, Michael Fraser, Stuart Kettlewell, Joe Malin, Marc Corcoran, Steven Craig and Kurtis Byrne, who have all recently agreed deals to stay at the club.
Only Gary Miller, David McNamee, Jonny Flynn and Dundee United-bound Michael Gardyne have left the club since the end of the season.
Manager Adams told the North Star this week he was keen also to settle the Dingwall future of Scott Morrison.