DUNFERMLINE have made another move in the transfer market by completing the signing of Norwich City winger Josh Coley.

The 20-year-old, who can play on either flank, has moved to East End on a season-long loan, effective from July 1.

His arrival comes hot-on-the-heels of the capture of Clyde defender Tom Lang, who put pen to paper on a two-year contract after completing a switch from Broadwood on Wednesday.

Coley, who signed a new one-year with the Premier League bound Canaries in February, moved to Carrow Road last summer from non-league Hitchin Town after impressing during a pre-season trial.

He had caught they eye during a loan stint at Baldock Town, where he scored 21 goals to help them win promotion.

Coley played 20 games for City's under-23s last season and, announcing his arrival, the club said: "Josh can operate  on both the right and left flank, and is also well regarded as a hard working team player.

"We would like to thank Neil Adams and his colleagues at Norwich City, along with Josh’s agent, for allowing him to come to East End Park, as the next stage of his football development. 

"We wish The Canaries well next season on their return to the Premiership."

We'll have more on this story in next week's Press Sport.