FORMER Kilmarnock ace Iain Wilson has joined Dunfermline on a two-year deal.

The Irvine-born midfielder, 21, sealed his future with the Championship club last week after he left Rugby Park back in June.

The centre mid made 51 appearances for Ayrshire side Killie after making his debut at a 17-year-old back in 2016.

He went on to have two loan spells with Queen of the South as he aimed to build his first team experience.

In January this year he opted to move back to Queens for his second loan move after failing to break into Killie’s first team.

The Scotland U21 cap will now team up with fellow ex-Killie pal Dom Thomas in Fife.

Pars boss Stevie Crawford said: “Iain is a player we see as one that we can help develop.

“He has made over 40 appearances at Kilmarnock over the years, so he has experience of being around a Premiership squad.

“The appealing thing is that he has spent the second half of the last two seasons on loan to Queen of the South due to him not being able to force his way into a Kilmarnock side.

“Credit to him, there is no negativity in him where he feels like he has been hard done by.

“He took the opportunity to go out and play men’s football and his Championship experience ticks boxes for what we are going to face this year.”