DUNFERMLINE have confirmed the arrivals of two new players this afternoon.

Following the news that Declan McManus has left the club, they have snapped up former Partick Thistle defender Danny Devine on a two-year contract, and have just confirmed the arrival of Mark Durnan from Dundee United.

Devine, 25, has agreed a two-year deal following his release from Thistle after their Premiership relegation, while Durnan, also 25, has agreed a one-year contract.

Belfast-born Devine began his professional career with Preston North End and moved to Scotland in 2013 when he signed for Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

He spent three years with the Highlanders and was part of their Scottish Cup winning side in 2015, before leaving for Maryhill in the summer of 2016.

Devine played 71 times for the Jags, including in the first leg of their Premiership play-off final loss to Livingston, before being released.

Meanwhile Durnan teams-up with boss Allan Johnston for a second time after working under him at Queen of the South.

He moved to Palmerston from St Johnstone in 2012 and spent three years with the Doonhamers, which included winning the Second Division title and Challenge Cup in 2013 under the Pars boss.

Dundee United made their move for the centre back in 2015 but, after three seasons on Tayside, was released after they were also consigned to another season in the Championship.