REGHAN Tumilty wants to add a killer streak to his game next season as he aims to get more goals and assists.

The right-back was a regular for the Greenock side last term, making 40 appearances.

He scored on his debut against Partick Thistle with a well-struck effort from outside the box in the Betfred Cup, but was unable to add any more goals to his name after that. It was his first year of regular first-team football since progressing from the youth ranks at Ross County.

He spent one season on loan at Falkirk before making the move to Cappielow last summer.

The 22-year-old triggered an extension to his contract and signed the deal last week.

After sealing his future, Tumilty hopes he can continue to improve under new manager David Hopkin and is glad he’s staying put.

He told the Tele: “I really wanted to work with the manager and everyone involved here. I already know the place and it will be nice for me to get the first couple of seasons under my belt rather than bouncing about everywhere.

“I will hopefully be starting a few more games this season as well. It’s good for me to get those games.

“I want to get more consistency, more assists and hopefully more goals if we play with wing backs again.”