LARGS Thistle manager Stuart Davidson says he's been impressed by what he's seen from the club's latest signing.

Fans have had some brief glimpses of Cole Ojungu's capabilities coming off the substitutes' bench and bringing an injection of pace down the channel.

He has already been Thistle's cover star for one of the club's recent matchday programmes, and his fresh pair of legs last Wednesday night against Beith showed promising signs.

He made further appearances for the closing stages of both Saturday's 5-0 thumping of Cumnock and Wednesday night's impressive 2-0 win at home to Auchinleck Talbot.

The winger, moved to Dunoon from his native Manchester last year. As a youth, he had spells with both Burnley and Bury, and is keen to play in Scotland.

Davidson decided to give him a chance at Barrfields, and says he's been impressed by what he's seen so far since he signed in April.

The manager said: "Cole brings something different to the team, He's got good ability, has a great first touch and he's brave.

"He's also got an eye for a pass and will give me more options up front."