MORTON boss Dougie Imrie says his summer transfer business isn't finished yet after landing a double signing yesterday.

Jai Quitongo rejoined the Ton on a one-year deal having initially spent three years in Greenock between 2015 and 2018, scoring six goals in 48 appearances.

The former Scotland Under-21 international returns to Cappielow having helped Queen's Park win back-to-back promotions.

Quitongo was joined through the door by his ex-Spiders team-mate Grant Gillespie.

The midfielder played alongside Imrie at Hamilton Accies before moving to Dundee United in 2018 and became Morton's sixth summer signing.

Imrie is happy with the business done so far and is looking to strengthen his squad with another goalkeeper on his radar - but he insists it could depend on finances.

He told the Tele: "I am delighted to get the calibre of player that we have managed to get in.

"Obviously a few of them were brought in early, which was important because if we didn’t move sharply, I think we could have lost one or two of them.

"We need to add a couple more, but again that will come down to if it works for the club and player.

"We are getting to that stage where we need to be careful but I'm delighted with who's in the door."

With Jack Hamilton’s future still up in the air and back-up 'keeper Joshua Bysouth departing the club, the Ton strengthened in the goalkeeping department by adding Livingston's Brian Schwake on a season-long loan deal.

The Morton boss said: "I knew Brian from my time I was at Livingston.

"I kept a close eye on him, he had a fantastic season last year at Edinburgh City.

"He was one that I had earmarked to try and get in, away back in the first few months when I was thinking what was going to happen for next season.

"I'm delighted to get that one over the line.

"I would like to get another goalkeeper, but like I say it will be difficult. Again it is important that the club come first.

"We need to be careful what we are spending.

"If we can get another one in that department it would be great but again it will come down to what is available."

The Ton boss praised ex-Partick Thistle and Dumbarton striker Quitongo's winning mentality and believes he will be a crucial addition for next season.

Imrie said: "I’ve known Jai for a long time.

"He is a player that I have liked for a long time and he has been here before. He knows what it takes.

"Jai has been playing with Queen’s Park the last few years and he has been part of a successful team with back-to-back league championships.

"There is a winner in there. That’s why he has been there and has got them up through the leagues."

The Ton also received another boost last week when fans' player of the year for 2021-22 Lewis Strapp signed a new one-year deal to stay at Cappielow for another season.

The Ton manager said: "It is always good to keep your best players at the club.

"Obviously Lewis won player of the year from a number of different people last season and I'm delighted with that.

"He's a player that has come through the academy as well.

"It is good to try and keep that togetherness and Lewis is a big part of what we achieved last season, so to have him in the building for another year is pleasing."

Imrie is relishing his first full season in charge and expects another challenging campaign.

He added: "We have good games to come up. Obviously the first game is away then we have a home tie against Cove Rangers and they will be up there competing, there is no question about that.

"Again next season it will be tough, every game is.

"For us it is about trying to keep ourselves in the league, but I'm delighted to get the fixtures out and hopefully we can push on next season."