Former forward Andy Barrowman has moved from Inverness Caley Thistle to Ross County, re-joining the club he netted 29 times for when they won the Second Division title in the 2007/8 season.
Inverness agreed to cancel the remainder of his three-year contract and Derek Adams moved quickly to take Barrowman back to County.
Now 25, Barrowman reflected and said: “I am disappointed with my time at Caley Thistle, but some clubs maybe don’t suit some players.
“I have no regrets about signing there, I made a decision at the time because I felt it was the right one.
“You have to live by your choices and I don’t have any grievances with anyone at Inverness, it is all in the past now and I will move on.
In looking forward he said: “I am just delighted to be back playing football again. I enjoy working with Derek Adams and Craig Brewster.
“I am looking to work hard and recapture my form.
“If I can score 29 goals again that would be great.
“I want to play, otherwise I would not have signed for the club and I have every confidence in my own ability.”
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