We have added a second loan signing of the evening to our squad by bringing in defender Ben Williamson from Ross County. Ben is 18 years old and joins us on an initial deal until the beginning of January. Manager Ronnie Sharp said: "Ben is another player who is held in high regard by his parent club who we are delighted to have been managed to bring in. "He is a talented boy and has made great strides at Ross County in the last few years. Everyone you speak to about Ben cannot speak highly enough of him so when we heard there was a chance that he could be available for loan, we jumped at the chance to bring him in. "Ben can play at right back or in the centre of the defence and is a powerful and aggressive player. We are looking for him to bring that strong mentality on the park to us and he is another player who we feel can strengthen up the defence." Director of Football Graeme Macleod said: "It has been a busy day and bringing Ben in was something which really only gathered pace over the last 24 hours. "Ross County were great to deal with though and have been very understanding and accommodating, so we are really grateful to them for that. "We know Ben has the talent and the coaching staff at Dingwall feel it is just the game time he is lacking to help develop his game. We will be able to provide him with that over the next few months though, so hopefully we are the ones who can reap the benefits of his continued development. "Ben was on the bench for Ross County in their season opener against St Johnstone last season and has been training with the first team there for a while now, so he is accustomed to training with a Premiership club. "I am looking forward to seeing both Ben and Ryan Fyffe in action for us and I am sure they will be of the sort of quality to excite the fans." Ben is available for tomorrow's match at Rothes and joins us on an initial deal until just after New Year.