Former Largs Thistle skipper Creag Little is heading for the Highlands after signing for Scottish League Two side Elgin City this week.

Creag previously featured for Largs in defence for seven years - and secured a move to Queens Park, before moving to Stenhousemuir.
The big defender told Elgin supporters that he is 'buzzing' about the big move - and can't wait to get started.
An Elgin City spokesperson said: "We are delighted to announce the signing of centre back Creag Little
"The former Stenhousemuir player joins us on a 2 year contract which will see him here until summer 2023."
Creag was a hero for Largs Thistle playing a major part in the club's success story which culminated in a Scottish Cup final appearance, and weighed in with a serious of important goals for Largs on the cup run including in the 2-1 victory against Darvel, and a powerful header in the 5-0 quarter final rout of Kilwinning at Barrfields Park.
During his Largs career, Creag made 228 appearances, notching 23 goals, first signing for the Barrfields outfit in 2012.

Creag was also a Scottish Schoolboy Shield winner with Largs Academy as he played in the winning side which defeated St Aiden's 2-1 in the final at Hampden Park in 2010.
The 28 year old certainly left his mark at Stenhousemuir on and off the park as he joined their Community Help Initiative.
Creag providing a helping hand with the initiative's befriending and homemade meals service making regular calls to those socially isolated and helped support vulnerable people in the area.