Partick Thistle have completed the signing of Brian Graham from Ross County, with veteran striker Kenny Miller leaving the club by mutual consent.

Graham is the second striker to join the Jags this month after the signing of Zak Rudden from Rangers and will bolster Thistle’s attacking options as they look to climb up the league table.

The 32-year-old was forced down the pecking order at County after they signed Oli Shaw from Hibs yesterday and Ian McCall has wasted no time in bringing him in.

Graham won the League Cup with County in 2016 and helped them seal their place in the Premiership, as well as picking up a Championship winner’s medal at Hibs.

With his move completed, Graham could make his debut this weekend when Partick travel to Gayfield to take on Arbroath.

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Thistle have also signed Darian MacKinnon on a permanent basis this month and sealed loan deals for Old Firm duo Jamie Barjonas and Lee O’Connor.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 25: Partick Thistle manager Ian McCall arrives prior the Betfred Scottish League Cup quarter final match between Celtic and Partick Thistle at Celtic Park on September 25, 2019 in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Miller’s exit comes after the striker made 23 appearances since moving from Dundee in the summer and the veteran striker could now hang up his boots – although it seems likely he’ll look for one, final short-term move.

McCall’s side find themselves in ninth place in the Championship but are still only seven points off a promotion playoff place.

 

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