Dumbarton manager Stevie Aitken says no more business is likely to be done after signing two more players this week.

The Sons have added Ross County striker Greg Morrison and attacking midfielder Dimitris Froxylias to their ranks.

And the Dumbarton manger doesn’t expect any more coming in or out on transfer deadline day, and is happy to have concluded his business over the summer.

He said: “I’m delighted with the business we’ve done. We’re looking forward to the window closing and we can get on with the rest of the season.

“We’ve made our move now and we’re delighted to get them all in and to work with the squad.”

Morrison, 19, joins from the Staggies after scoring over 20 goals last season for the under-20s side, who went on to win the SPFL Development League.

He came highly rated, and as soon as Aitken was alerted to his availability moved quickly to secure the striker on loan till January.

Aitken added: “It was only in the last week that we’d heard he’d become available, we did some homework on him and spoke to some people and it all came back positive.

“We spoke to Jim McIntyre [Ross County's manager] to get a deal together and I’m delighted we’ve got him here.

“He’s well thought of at Ross County, he’s a powerful, strong player who’s got an eye for goal, so we’re delighted to get him as few clubs were after him.”

Froxylias, 24, was first on trial with at the Sons earlier in the month, joins the Aitken's side on a short-term deal till January.

The Greek-born Cyrpiot was AEK’s youngest player to play for the club in Europe at the age of 17.

He also had trials with St Mirren, Dunfermline and Shamrock Rovers over the summer, but Aitken was happy to bring in a player of his quality to the Rock.

He said: “We’ve delighted we’ve got someone of that caliber in. He’s been in at a few clubs, we never thought we’d really get him in.

“But the longer the windows been going on and he’d been in training with us, he’s enjoyed working with us and we’re delighted we’ve managed to get a short term deal together.

“We just need to get him up to speed now, up to match fitness. But what he’s shown in training he’ll be an exciting player that can get bums off seats.”