MIDFIELDER Declan Glass has moved on loan to Kilmarnock until the end of the season.

The former Ross High School pupil has made 10 appearances for Dundee United this campaign.

However, he has moved to Rugby Park where he will be hoping to help a team to the Championship title for the second time in three years.

Glass, of Tranent, was part of the Dundee United squad that won the league in 2020, after also playing a role in Cove Rangers’ success in Scottish League Two earlier in the campaign.

The 21-year-old only played seven minutes of competitive football last season after a serious knee injury.

On Boxing Day, he scored his first league goal for Dundee United in the 3-1 defeat to Hibernian.

Now, he has linked up with former Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes.

Glass was an unused substitute in last Friday’s defeat to league leaders Arbroath.

He told the Killie website: “I’m absolutely delighted. It happened very quickly over the last couple of days and I’m thrilled to be here. I got a phone call on Sunday and I didn’t hesitate about coming here, I was keen to go and everything got sorted.

“Kilmarnock is a big club and I know there will be pressure to try and win the league and get back to the Scottish Premiership and I’m looking forward to working in that environment.”