WELL travelled attacker Robbie Muirhead believes he's finally found a home for himself at Cappielow after penning a one-year contract extension.

The 24-year-old made 18 appearances in all competitions for Morton last term, scoring once and registering a couple of assists.

The former Kilmarnock, Dundee United, Hearts, MK Dons and Dunfermline man is delighted to be staying on in Greenock for a second successive season under boss David Hopkin.

He now feels ready to set an example to the younger players coming through as he looks to show his maturity on and off the park as one of the older players in the squad.

Muirhead told the Tele: “I’m very happy to have signed on for another season.

“It’s the first time that I’ve ever signed a new deal at a club.

"It's nice to stay put and really get stuck in and try to establish myself.

“Cappielow feels like home now.

“I know I’m only 24 but I feel quite a bit older than what I actually am, maybe because I broke through at Killie quite early on.

“I know I need to set an example this year because we’re going with a younger squad, so it means I’m one of the more experienced boys in the team.

“I feel as if I need to set an example by applying myself in training, preparing for and playing in games.

“We still have some experienced boys in the dressing room like Jim McAlister and Chris Millar who obviously set the tone and will carry out more responsibilities than myself but I’m more than happy to do my part.”

Muirhead has become known for his versatility and says he will be more than happy to play where required.

He told the Tele: “I’m more than happy to play wherever I’m needed – it’s happened more often than not at most of the clubs that I’ve been at.

“I’ll get moved about to fill holes in the team and in all honesty it doesn’t bother me because at the end of the day I’m playing and I’m happy to do whatever helps the team tick and get results.”

The former Scottish youth cap is delighted at being back in training.

He says it is a welcome sign of 'some normality' returning to life.

Muirhead added: “It’s great to be back.

“People just want that as a whole - for football in particular the fans want to get back into a routine, come down and watch a game on a Saturday.

“We had a long time off, but the boys have come back in looking really sharp."