DUNFERMLINE have moved to complete a late transfer deadline day signing by signing Kilmarnock winger Greg Kiltie on loan.

The 22-year-old completed a season-long move, with both clubs having a recall option in January, before the window closed at midnight last night (Monday).

He becomes Stevie Crawford's 13th summer signing, and third in four days, following the arrivals of Hearts duo Anthony McDonald and Harry Cochrane on Friday.

Kiltie signed a professional contract with the Rugby Park club at the age of 16 and, after making his debut in May 2013, became their youngest player for 50 years.

Dunfermline will be the third club that the Irvine-born player has joined on loan, with a brief spell at Queen of the South followed by a stint at Morton during the second half of last season.

He made 13 starts and one substitute appearance for the Greenock club, scoring six goals, which included the winner as they defeated the Pars at East End in April.

Kiltie, who has represented Scotland from under-15 to under-19 level, has made 91 appearances for Killie, scoring 14 goals.