We can confirm that Fraser Dingwall has agreed a new contract with us, keeping him at the club until the summer of 2023.
The 23-year-old defender has had a wretched time through injuries this season but is well on the road to recovery.
Fraser is now in his fourth season with us having joined in 2018 from Invergordon, where he was a North Caledonian League winner.
In his time with us so far, he has made 56 appearances and scored four times, although he has only played twice this season having sustained a serious knee injury in the pre-match warm-up prior to the home match against Deveronvale in August.
Director of Football, Graeme Macleod, said:
“We are all delighted to have Fraser signed up again and I can reveal he has taken another step towards returning to the team by re-joining the squad for full training last week.
“Fraser forms a big part of how we see the team taking shape and it was crucial for us to tie him down. He is strong, aggressive, quick and good in the air but much more than that, he is an excellent footballer. He is comfortable in possession of the ball and his range of passing is as important to our attacking play as Fraser’s other attributes are to what we do defensively.
“I know how hard Fraser has worked with Andy Murray the physio, who looks after all our injured players. It has been a long road back from knee surgery in August but he is closing in on a return to the team.
“Fraser’s parents give him fantastic support and are always at our games to cheer him on and I am sure they will be just as delighted as we will be to see him out there in the yellow jersey once again.”