Rory Loy re-joins Falkirk

Rory Loy's Falkirk career ended in a sour note with injury and Cup final efeat - but he's back to put a happier note on things at Westfield. Pic Michael Gillen.
Rory Loy's Falkirk career ended in a sour note with injury and Cup final efeat - but he's back to put a happier note on things at Westfield. Pic Michael Gillen.

Striker Rory Loy completed a medical this afternoon and will join Falkirk - pending SFA clearance.

The 29-year-old has agreed a severance package with Dundee and agreed terms with the Bairns to begin a second stint at Westfield.

Loy signs on a two-year deal having left Falkirk two years ago in the aftermath of the Scottish Cup final to join the Dark Blues.

After spending last season on loan at St Mirren – where he scored against the Bairns – Loy departed Dens Park and said: “When I heard Falkirk were interested, there really was only one option.”

It is believed Jack Ross and St Mirren were also interested in making the forward’s deal permanent following his spell - his second stint as a Saint - in Paisley.

Loy was signed by Gary Holt on a free transfer and will link up again not only with his former club, but with ex-Carlisle team-mate Lee Miller.