Dimitris Froxylias’ spell at Dumbarton has been brief, but he’s made quite the impact down at The Rock, setting up one goal and scoring another at the weekend against Inverness Caley Thistle.

The Greek-born Cypriot, who nicknamed himself ‘Wee Jimmy’ to make life easier for his teammates, is certainly making life easy for them on the park as well.

Their 2-1 win on Saturday was their third this month, leaving the team unbeaten in four with Froxylias having a hand in five of the seven goals Sons have scored since joining the club. He’s picked up two man of the match awards since joining, but he won’t be savouring the whisky rewards himself.

He said: “I have two now, but I will give them to my dad. He lives back in Greece and I will send them back to him if I get another.”

Sons fans will be hoping he can continue doing that for them, with Livingston up next in the league.

He added: “This is another good result for us to continue for Livingston, and I’m very glad to help the team.

“They’re a good team, I saw some highlights of them. I think we’re a better team though and that we can beat them. We have good results, and we have good psychology for the next few games and we hope to go there to win.”

The attacking midfielder’s deal is currently till January, and if he keeps putting in performances like on Saturday it will be hard to keep him.

But manager Stevie Aitken is hoping the club can act fast and keep him at The Rock for the rest of the season.

He said: “He’s been quality, but he’s really enjoying his football. You never see him once without a smile on his face and we seem to be able to do that with players.

"There will be a deal for him, but we’ll have to do that sooner rather than later.”