After a long hiatus Mark is back with a new story. Where will it take him?
"I'm very pleased to have agreed a deal with Wrexham this summer.
I am happy at Edinburgh City, the team there is performing absolutely fantastic but I could not turn down Wrexham. Wrexham is only a couple of hours or so from my home in Leeds and makes it closer to be nearer to my family who are still south of the border. It's not about the money, my family comes first and I always try and do what is the best for them.
However, Edinburgh City fans can be assured that I will still be giving them 100 per cent for the remainder of this season and hope I can lift them a trophy at the end of it. That would be the absolute perfect way to bow out and say thank you to them."
"When the gaffer approached me with a new deal I could not grab the pen out of his hand quick enough. I love the club and the fans and it gives me a great honour to continue pull on the white jersey. I feel I can only improve and what better place than here."
"I am very pleased to agree a new deal here. The Club is doing well and the dressing room atmosphere at the moment is something else. All the players are buying into what the managerial team have set up. It's a team effort and everyone is playing their part."
"As a young winger looking to make a name in the world of football, I am so pleased to agree an extension to my current deal. All the credit for my form this season has to go down to the gaffer, he is a breath of fresh air around here and has improved my game no end. I wouldn't have signed a new contract if it wasn't for him. Now I hope to repay him further with more scintillating performances."
"My initial loan deal here was to expire at the end of December so it was a case of wondering do City still want me? The gaffer made it quite clear he did, and was quick to secure an extension with Livi. If he hadn't then I would have been playing reserve team football and game time is quite important to me.
I know I haven't started as many games as I would like but I'll keep working hard and hope to force my way into the team sooner rather than later. The best I feel is yet to come."
"It wasn't a tough decision to decide to extend Adam's loan to be honest. He's an exceptional young player who probably will go onto bigger and better things, so to have him on loan here is a major coup. He's not played many games for us because of the quality we have in front of him and the fact we have a very settled line up week in; week out which makes it so hard to change when the team is winning games as regular as we have. He still remains a very important part of my plans this season."
"I'm very pleased to become an Edinburgh City player next season. My career has taken a bit of lull in the last couple of seasons but it's great to feel wanted and back with a team that clearly is aiming high. I had some great times earlier in my career in Scotland's top division and Mark sold the ambition so well that I could not say no. I look forward to pulling on the white of Edinburgh City next season and exciting my new supporters.
I feel I have plenty of offer and the pace is still there. We can really go places here."
"As well as having a great squad this season, it's imperative that we build on these foundations next season already and acquiring Chris is a massive coup for us. Here is a guy that played 132 times for Motherwell in the top division here and he's still only 31. He has terrific crossing ability and has pace in abundance. I'm sure this signing will have a lot of people talking and our fans jumping for joy that we have managed to secure such an established player in our ranks.
His signing is a statement that Edinburgh City aren't prepared to stand still. This signing is just the beginning."
"Although I have had a regular campaign this season with Montrose, I'm quite looking forward to my impending new chapter with Edinburgh. I spoke with Mark, the manager, and "Bolo" who is a former teammate and is already there and Bolo told me what a great set up they have at Ainslie Park. Even though Bolo admitted he hasn't had much game time, he thinks it will be a great career move for me and it's great to be wanted by a club that is looking to the future.
They play some good football there which suits me down to the ground. I just hope I can hit the ground running when I arrive and establish myself in the team."
"I'm pleased to secure the signing of Matthew on a pre-contractual arrangement. He's been a mainstay in the Montrose defence this season and despite being just 22, has a good deal of experience behind him. To acquire him on a free transfer I think is a great deal for the Club. Matthew is keen as mustard to join us, and I hope our fans are looking forward to seeing him in our colours. He's got some terrific potential about him and with us losing Conrad (Balatoni) in the summer to Wrexham, he is the ideal replacement we were looking for."
"I'm pleased today to announce that I will be joining Ayr this summer once my Clyde contract expires.
It was not a hard decision to make, Ayr were the only team that I wanted to join and it's easy on the travel which makes it a no brainer. I did have interest from other teams but I want to continue my career playing at a high level and Ayr fits that bill perfectly. Clyde have been brilliant in giving me games, as well as entrusting me with the captaincy, but League Two is not where I want to remain and to be wanted by a team that wants to get into the Premiership is something to get excited about."
"I'm happy to bring a striker of David's calibre here to Somerset Park. He is player that knows where the net is and increases our firepower. We're looking forward to working with him and I'm sure he will excite our fans no doubt. He is quite simply a terrific signing for Ayr United."
"What can I really say about this? It's the stuff of dreams that you can't bottle.
When I took over the role in July, a few people doubted my ability to lead here considering I had no experience at all in managing a football club. However, they say believe in your own abilities and that is what I have done. It's not just me though, it's everyone. The Chairman, the players, my back room team: we have all bought in as one and this is the end result. I can't wait to get my hands on that trophy at home next Saturday.
It's been a long hard slog but we have got over the line and that's very pleasing indeed. To do it with seven games to spare it's even more remarkable. Consistency and sheer hard work is the key and we have such a tight knit team here, not one person is bigger than the team. There's definitely no I in team as the saying goes here. Our quest to go on better things continues now, as Neil Lennon said: "This is not the end , it's just the beginning!" - we will be looking to kick on even further when we take the next step in League One."
"I am pleased to announce today that we have agreed terms with Mark on a new 2 year contract. After what he has achieved this season, it was the easiest decision I have ever made as the Club Chairman. He's been a breath of fresh air ever since we brought in and has wholly justified why we acquired. He's destined for greatness but if he can continue to establish us then who knows what we can achieve together."
"This new deal was quite simply a no brainer as they say. When the Chairman says we are looking at rewarding you with a new contract at the end of March, you just can't say no can you? I'm glad it's a 2 year one which gives me and the Club themselves a fair of stability. We will be looking to compete next season and can't wait to get started. I've fallen in love with the Club and the City as a whole, I can't see me going anywhere else soon. This is the place I want to be at, let's continue the journey right?"