Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock have snapped up an Ayrshire-born goalkeeper ahead of the big Premiership kick-off.

The Rugby Park side were on the lookout for a first choice goalkeeper, with last season's keeper Will Dennis unlikely to return following the end of his loan spell from Bournmouth.

Dailly-born Robby McCrorie has now signed a two-year deal with Derek McInnes's side from Rangers for an undisclosed fee, with the 26-year-old looking for regular first-team football.

The keeper, brother of Bristol City and Scotland player Ross, has featured seven times for the Glasgow side. 

That includes two Old Firm wins against Celtic at Ibrox, where he kept a clean sheet in both games.

He has also enjoyed loan spells at Berwick Rangers, Morton, Queen of the South and Livingston.