LARGS Thistle have signed up a familiar face in evergreen midfielder Graham Muir.
It is the third time that the player has joined the Barrfields club and Muir, who now works as a policeman, says he can't wait to get started after leaving Kilbirnie.

His experience and goalscoring ability from midfield will excite Thistle fans, and Muir, who will be 37 by the time the season starts, insists age is no barrier.
He said: "I will be one of the more experienced players at Barrfields now and hope to lend a hand to some of the younger ones, give them some focus and keep them motivated.
"The only player in the squad who can beat me for fitness is Craig Forbes - and he is 19!
"There are a lot more younger players in the side now so I hope to lend some experience. We have a side brimming with talent so I'm delighted to return."
With 44 goals in 214 appearances, Muir is aiming to hit the half century mark of goals for the club.
He said: "It is not a bad tally for a midfielder. I should have had 100 the amount of chances I've fluffed but as a midfielder I have got to be happy with my return. It works out as one goal every five games.
"I am quite happy to let the strikers get the limelight but hopefully I can weigh in with a few goals."
Muir, who reached double figures in 2013 with 11 goals, said: "I have certainly scored some important ones including a solitary goal at Shotts to break the deadlock. It was a good finish after everything clicked with my run and all the lay offs.
"One of my memorable goals came in the promotion play off versus Ashfield. We were down 3-0, pulled one back with a penalty then I let rip with a long range strike. I don't really shoot from that range but I just decided to hit it and see what happened.
"I was delighted to see it sail into the postage stamp top corner. Another favourite was a chipped finish on the angle after another comeback when we were 2-0 down at Yoker and ended up winning 3-2."
The Scottish Cup final run and the 2018-19 season in general brings back a flood of good memories for Muir.
He said: "It was great playing alongside someone with as much professional experience as Mark Millar in the midfield
"You will probably never see a better player at Barrfields and some of the goals he scored were remarkable. Playing alongside Stuart Faulds too was great as he is so composed and is always on the look-out for the ball. I am looking forward to playing with him next season.
"The whole 2018-19 team still keep in contact via a WhatsApp group and we had a great night out just before lockdown. We have so many good memories from that season.
"It was amazing to reach the Scottish Cup Final. We certainly got there the hard way after coming back from 2-0 down in the fifth round replay at St Roch's, and we produced one of our best displays in the 2-1 win at Hurford in the second leg of the semi final.
"The final was a great occasion with family and friends attending; many players don't get to experience a day like that during their career.
"We were sure we were going to win it. We probably underestimated how good Auchinleck were at protecting a lead and they doubled up on Ben Black and caught us on the break for the second goal. We had plenty of the ball but we just couldn't break Talbot down."
Muir cited a disagreement with the former Kilbirnie manager behind his decision to leave Ladeside but reckons it is another opportunity to shine with Thistle.
He is also re-united with forwards Scott Adam and Keir Milliken - the trio all started off in the juniors at Ardrossan Winton Rovers and have remained good friends.
Muir pointed out that Milky's experience at the top of the game will also be important for the younger players, adding: "He has won practically everything there is to win in the juniors. To sign him is brilliant as many other side's wanted Keir. He is only 32 and still has loads left to offer, he is still quick and hungry."
The midfielder also believes that the new West of Scotland League is an exciting opportunity for Largs.
He said: "It is a new learning curve and it probably should have been done a few years back.
"With the likes of Auchinleck Talbot beating Lowland League teams and even Ayr United in the Scottish Cup, there is a growing feeling that the top junior sides are better that some of the League One and League Two sides.
"Our club has a very positive feel. I have a lot of respect for Arnie (manager Stuart Davidson), it is a great committee and the support is very encouraging towards all the players.
"Every season we have been playing for something and I am looking forward to more good times ahead with Thistle."