JOHN POTTER has further strengthened his Kelty Hearts squad by swooping for defender Cammy Logan.

The Heart of Midlothian right back, 20, has signed a season-long loan with the New Central Park outfit, and could make his debut in tomorrow's League One match at Alloa Athletic.

Logan, a Scotland under-18 cap, made his senior debut for the Jam Tarts in May 2018, at the age of just 16, in a 1-0 loss at Kilmarnock.

He has gone on to enjoy loan spells with both Cove Rangers and FC Edinburgh, the latter of whom he helped join Kelty in winning promotion through the play-offs last season.

Logan's arrival is Potter's sixth signing since taking over from Kevin Thomson in the summer, and follows the acquisition of Finn Robson ahead of last weekend's match with FC Edinburgh.

The 19-year-old midfielder, who recently penned a one-year contract extension at Tannadice, also joined the club on loan and was on the bench for the 2-0 defeat.

Potter, meanwhile, was again left to rue his side's lack of clinical edge in front of goal as the men from the capital spoiled their title flag raising celebrations.

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"I thought we played well in stages, but you have to take your chances when they come along, and you have to stop the opposition, and we didn't do that well enough today," he said afterwards.

The manager was also hopeful that Nathan Austin, who missed last week's game, could be fit for tomorrow's trip to the Indodrill Stadium, but Kallum Higginbotham remains a significant doubt.

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Photos: Jim Payne.