The club are delighted to announce that winger Gary McCann has extended his stay at Newlandsfield for next season - joining Jordan Longmuir and Liam Rowan.
The explosive 26-year-old joined the Southsiders at the start of the season and has become one of Tony McInally's main men making 31 starts so far.
The wide-man has since been involved in 13 goals including scoring Monday night's equaliser where the Lok secured safety.
Speaking to pollokfc.com, Gary said:
“I've loved every minute of this season, so when Tony asked my to commit to Pollok, I jumped at the chance. Playing in front of a noisy, passionate crowd every week is the kind of thing you grow hoping to do, so I hope I've repaid the supporters faith in me. We're still in the mix for a few cups this season, so I'm hoping that we can get our hands on some silverware!"
Manager, Tony McInally said:
“He is one of the most exciting players in the Juniors and so no-one will be surprised to learn that we're delighted that Gary has agreed to stay at Newlandsfield next season.
"Gary is a real professional, a great trainer and has the kind of attitude we like in a player. He's settled in really well at Pollok I think supporters have seen how good a player he can be.