Plymouth close in on Lowndes
By Alex Livie
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The striker is looking to put a torrid season at Livingston behind him, and thanked Pilgrims boss Paul Sturrock for giving him the chance to resurrect his career.
He said: "We're waiting for my medical records to be sent down and then I'll sign. A three-year deal is fantastic considering the uncertainty there is in the game.
"Paul Sturrock knows me already from St Johnstone. He knows what I can do and we're both looking forward to working with each other again."
Reflecting on his time with Livi, he said: "My Livingston career didn't really get started. I was never given a chance to play and that was made clear to me from very early.
"To say I started only seven games is a disgrace but it never worked out."
Stuart Malcolm could join fellow countryman at Home Park, with the former St Johnstone centre half undertaking a week`s trial in Devon before a decision over a contract is made.