MORTON boss Dougie Imrie has moved again to continue his Cappielow summer overhaul by completing the signing of former Hamilton Accies and Aberdeen goalkeeper Gary Woods.

The 33-year-old England youth cap is no stranger to the Scottish game, having won the League Cup with Ross County back in 2016 after playing a fleeting role in the Staggies Hampden success against Hibernian.

He becomes Imrie’s tenth summer signing having penned a two-year contract with his former Accies teammate this morning.

Woods will combine playing duties with being a part of Imrie’s backroom staff, as he becomes the club’s new goalkeeping coach, following the departures of Jamie MacDonald and former goalie coach David Scott in the summer.

The Englishman left EFL side Exeter City at the end of last season, having helped the Grecians achieve a mid-table finish in League One last season.

He’s Imrie second capture in as many days following the arrival of former Livingston and Inverness centre back, Morgan Boyes, on Saturday evening.

The ex-Liverpool kid penned a one-year deal to bolster Imrie’s backline as fellow summer signing Dylan Corr works his way back from a knock that will rule him out for the next few weeks.

Both Woods and Boyes have followed Jordan Davies, Lamar Reynolds, Cammy Ballantyne, Arron Lyall, Owen Moffat, the aforementioned Corr, and Zak Delaney through the door as a new era beckons at Cappielow.