Two of Sligo Rovers' transfer deadline day signings Greg Moorhouse and Jamie McDonagh pictured in The Showgrounds.
Sligo Rovers have strengthened their squad with the addition of three transfer deadline day signings.
The club's social media accounts were on the ball early this morning as they prepared fans for the new arrivals.
The first signing was confirmed just before 1pm when it was announced that Greg Moorhouse had put pen to paper until the end of the season.
The 23 year old spent last season with Glenavon where he scored 16 goals in all competitions.
The second signing of the day was announced as Jamie McDonagh, the 21 year old winger joing from Scottish side Greenock Morton. Speaking after his arrival McDonagh said, "I can't wait to see what the atmosphere is like at the stadium and be playing with all of the lads here. Hopefully I get some game time and put in a good performance. I want to help us get out of this relegation battle. I'm going to try my best for the club. I know the gaffer will be pushing us on in every game and giving us that extra motivation to keep us up.""
The third signing of the day is one that will be familiar to many League of Ireland supporters. Vinny Faherty arrives at the club having spent the first part of the season with Galway United. Faherty had three separate spells with Galway, two more with St Patrick’s Athletic, as well as single seasons with Dundalk and Limerick. He has also plied his trade in professional football in Australia.
Having earned a 1-1 draw with Dundalk on Saturday night, Sligo Rovers will be in action again on Saturday night, August 5 when they host St Patrick's Athletic in The Showgrounds, kick-off 7.45pm.