He sounds like a decent recruit, but then again so did Robbie Muirhead.
I can clearly remember the conversation I had with two Glasgow Rangers supporters whilst travelling up to Blackpool for the Fleetwood weekender we had earlier in the season. When I asked about the standard of football in the Scottish Premier league they packed no punches, they predicted Celtic would win the league by a landslide whilst Rangers, Hearts and Aberdeen would battle it out for second place, not a bad piece of predicting from a couple of lads who were drinking strong lager and looked like they'd been in more fights than Evander Holyfield. They also said that if these teams were to compete in the English leagues Celtic would be around mid table in the Championship, whilst Rangers, Hearts and Aberdeen would struggle to reach the play-offs in league 1. Quite a honest assessment from a couple of partisan Scotchmen. To add more substance to the point I am making, towards the end of last season we loaned Simon Church out to Aberdeen after he had scored just 2 goals in 19 matches for us. Church went on to score 6 goals in 13 appearances for Aberdeen including a goal on his debut against Celtic. I'm not saying there aren't some talented footballers in Scotland, i'm just making the point that the standard of football played North of the border isn't particularly high. A combination of a move down South and the transition to English football may also effect the player. There are plenty of talented footballers in England that may fit in better at our club.
So, as exciting as this signing may sound to some, I will reserve my judgement for when he has completed a few starts for us.