Greenock Morton made several moves in the transfer market yesterday, bringing in attackers Josh McPake and James Wallace on top of defenders Michael Ledger and Markus Fjørtoft.

McPake and Wallace arrive from Rangers and Ross County respectively whilst Ledger and Fjørtoft come in from Queen of the South and Hamilton Accies.

David Hopkin’s first move on the Friday was Rangers’ young attacker McPake. The youngster is a well-regarded at Ibrox although first-team chances have been limited following a loan move to Dundee last season.

Next was Wallace, who has experience against the Ton. He made two appearances against them for Brora Rangers last season and now joins Hopkin’s men following his Dingwall departure.

Ledger was brought up in the Sunderland academy, but has several years of experience in Norway. Now he joins the Ton alongside Fjørtoft, who has experience in America and New Zealand on top of his Accies spell.

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Fjørtoft is in Greenock.  (Photo by Andy Mead/YCJ/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Morton kick off their competitive season on October 6 in the League Cup group stages against Queen of the South at Cappielow.

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