Glentoran boss Mick McDermott hasn't rested on his laurels barely a day after guiding the club to Irish Cup glory by unveiling three new signings as the transfer window officially opened for business.
Fresh from victory over Ballymena United, McDermott has moved to bring Luke McCullough, Jamie McDonagh and Rory Brown to the Oval.
McCullough, 26, has arrived back in Belfast following a career in England with Doncaster Rovers and Tranmere Rovers. The defensive midfielder was also, of course, a member of Michael O'Neill's squad for the Euros in 2016 and has been capped six times by Northern Ireland.
24-year-old McDonagh, who can play on the right side of midfield or up front, makes the switch after a few seasons with Derry City. Before that the former 10-times capped also turned out for Sligo Rovers and Greenock Morton.
Brown (20) adds to McDermott's choices between the sticks following a season with Institute for whom he made 26 appearances in all competitions. Before that the former youth international had been with Coleraine and had spent a number of seasons as a youth with Wolverhampton Wanderers.