Bristol Rovers striker David Clarkson says he is looking forward to reuniting with manager Mark McGhee for the second time in his career.
Clarkson worked with McGhee at Motherwell where he scored 57 goals in 251 appearances.
But the Scotland international has struggled since joining Bristol Rovers, and is looking to re-invigorate his career under his former boss.
Clarkson told BBC Radio Bristol: "I think he brought the best out of me as a player.
"Working with the manager before is one of the biggest things which attracted me.
"The gaffer has been kind enough to offer me a contract. It's good to get it sorted."