KALVIN Orsi is ‘over the moon’ after sealing his return to full-time football with Morton.

The former Brechin City winger has penned a one-year deal after playing part-time for the last two years.

The former Aberdeen youth player had a season with St Mirren before moving to the Glebe Park outfit in 2017.

After working with a removals company while playing with City over the past two seasons, the 22-year-old says it’s great to be back playing in the Championship.

He told the Tele: “I’m over the moon. I can’t believe it and I’m just delighted to be signed up with Morton. I first heard about the interest about two weeks ago from my agent — he phoned to let me know Morton were interested and I jumped at the chance to get back to full-time and the rest was history.

“I was doing removals with my mum’s partner. It was good, but it’s certainly not as good as waking up and playing football everyday.

“This is my dream and what I want. “This is what I want to wake up every day and this is what gets you up. I’m more than ecstatic to sign up.”

The winger revealed manager David Hopkin was a big draw for him to join the club, after seeing what he had done at Livingston with back-to-back promotions.

He added: “One of the major appeals coming to here was the manager, how he could help me as a player.

“The things he did as a manager at Livingston were amazing and hopefully he can do the same again at Morton.” Orsi’s two seasons at Brechin were tough after suffering backto-back relegations.

The Glebe Park team totalled the worst points tally ever in a season in the 2017-18 in the Championship, securing just four points and not picking up a single win in the entire campaign.

While it was hard to take for all the players, the winger, who has made 77 appearances for the club over the two seasons, says he gained invaluable experience from it.

He added: “It was a very sore one. It was a knock but I’m looking forward to kicking on with a full-time team.

“I’ve played in the Championship before, it wasn’t a good season but I got to play a lot and picked up a lot of experience.

“I want to get as many starts and play as much as I can. I’m just looking to better myself this year.”