MORE signings could be on the way in the transfer window, Ayr United player/boss Mark Kerr vowed after seeing his team blast into the last 16 of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

The boss, along with goalscorer and skipper Steven Bell, were impressed with their display as they shocked Premiership Ross County, defeating them 1-0 at Somerset Park.

Ireland Under-21 striker Aaron Drinan (pictured), on loan from Ross County made a big impression on his debut.

The win set up a home clash with another top-flight side, St Johnstone on the weekend of February 7 to 9.

Kerr said: “Aaron played well, he know the dirty side of the game and will pose problems to central defenders.

“I’m sure he will get goals for us.

“We missed out on a couple of targets but we’re not going about saying we will get this player or that player.”

“We are working away quietly in the background and hopefully we can bring others in, there’s plenty of time before the deadline.

Of the performance he said: “We lost a few games and you can see we have learned from those defeats.

“We played really well and created quite a few chances.

“It’s great to get another home tie against a Premier team and we’ll make a good go of it.

“But the first aim is to take something from the Inverness Caley Thistle on Saturday as they are challenging close to us in the table.”

Bell was encouraged with the showing and added: “Aaron came in and did very well.

“I was pleased with my goal - it was a great delivery from Stephen Kelly and I got my head on it.

“It was really pleasing to keep a clean sheet and now we look forward to the home game against Caley Thistle which is an important one for us.”

Meanwhile Troon FC midfielder Raymond Montgomerie suffered a double break of his collarbone.

The injury happened as his team defeated Glenafton Athletic 4-1 at home to boost their survival hopes.

Everyone at the club wishes him well.

They hope he returns to action before too long.