KELTY HEARTS forward Kyle Doherty has completed a move to League One rivals Clyde.

The 21-year-old, who only moved to New Central Park in the summer, signed a deal with the Bully Wee until the summer of 2024 on Friday, and made his debut in their loss at Peterhead on Saturday.

Recruited after leaving Albion Rovers, Doherty made 15 appearances for the 'Maroon Machine', scoring once, ironically against Clyde in a 2-1 win on January 7.

Meanwhile, boss John Potter was set to hold talks with Arbroath over the future of on-loan midfielder Nicky Low.

The 31-year-old joined the New Central Park side on a temporary deal from the Championship outfit in September, with the agreement running until the end of this month.

Former Aberdeen and Dundee star Low (pictured below) has played 12 times for the ‘Maroon Machine’, scoring twice, but has not featured since December’s win at Queen of the South because of injury.

However, Potter is hopeful he will be available for their next league game, at Montrose a week on Saturday, and confirmed to Press Sport that he plans to have discussions over the next week with Low’s parent club to discuss the possibility of keeping him until the end of the season.

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With the transfer window open, the club has already been busy, recruiting two players, in the shape of Aberdeen defender Jack Milne and Bo’ness Athletic forward Tiwi Daramola.

Milne, 19, has agreed a loan deal until the end of the season, and came off the bench to make his debut in Saturday’s draw with Airdrieonians, while Daramola, who has netted 45 goals so far this season for the East of Scotland League, Division Three leaders, has penned a three-and-a-half year deal, returning to Bo’ness on loan for the remainder of the season.

Scott McGill and Cammy Logan, who were on loan from Heart of Midlothian, have returned to their parent club, while Kelty youth product Scott Cameron has joined Dundonald Bluebell on loan for the rest of the season.

When asked whether there would be any further comings or goings this month, Potter said last week: “There will be some action probably both ways.

“Nothing’s done yet. We’re still speaking to people, still looking for players, and it’s difficult because a lot of people are looking for the same kind of things.

“There will be some ins and outs I think but it might be another week or two before that happens.

“Nicky’s on loan with us until the end of January so we’ve one more game with him and it’s a conversation we’ll have with Arbroath over the next week.”