David Templeton has secured his return to Scottish football as the former Rangers winger pens another contract at Hamilton.
The winger has signed a deal at the Fountain of Youth Stadium until the end of the season. He has previously been in Scotland with Hearts, Rangers and one other spell at Accies.
This term the 31-year-old has found himself at Burton Albion. He’s featured regularly, playing 27 times, but personal circumstances have changed.
He’s opted for a return to his native Scotland to be closer to his family. Templeton could make his second debut this Sunday when Accies host Celtic.
Overall Templeton made 63 appearances for Burton Albion, scoring 11 times and assisting on three occasions. He’s also had an 88-game stretch with Rangers and a 95-match stint with Hearts at the start of his career.
Prior to his first EFL move, Templeton was with Hamilton. He made 36 appearances, scoring 11 and notching eight assists over what was a fruitful spell. Rice made the winger his only deadline day signing, after signing Luke Southwood, Andy Dales and Sam Woods earlier in the window.