RAITH Rovers winger Aidan Connolly has become York City’s third signing of the day.

The 20-year-old attacker has signed a two-year deal, having scored five times in 16 league outings as Raith reached the Scottish Championship play-offs.

He had earlier left City boss Jackie McNamara’s former club Dundee United in January.

Beginning his career at Queen’s Park, Connolly made his first-team debut in November 2012, while still at school.

He went on to be named SFL Young Player of the Month after scoring three times following his first appearance.

McNamara subsequently made a double swoop for his services in June 2013, recruiting team-mate Andrew Robertson at the same time.

A brief loan spell with Brechin followed, but Connolly went on to make 22 appearances for McNamara as United finished fifth in the Scottish Premier League and reached the League Cup final.

In total, he netted twice during 35 outings for the one-time UEFA Cup finalists.