UTILITY man Michael Miller has turned down a contract with Morton to sign for Livingston.

The West Lothian club announced the capture this afternoon.

Miller came to Cappielow in 2014 and picked up a title medal in his first season after Jim Duffy's side clinched promotion.

Miller scored a crucial goal on the day Ton took the crown last spring, and he was part of the squad for their return to the second tier of Scottish football.

The former Celtic midfielder was deployed as a makeshift full back in the latter stages of the campaign just gone, taking him up to just short of 50 appearances for the club, and he was offered a deal to stay on.

But the 21-year-old has instead opted to head east.

Livi boss David Hopkin, former Ton no.2, said: “I’m absolutely delighted Mikey has chosen to sign with Livingston."