The 34-year-old has put pen-to-paper on a new deal at Inver Park

Albert Watson has set his sights on silverware after agreeing to extend his contract at Larne.

The 34-year-old won two league titles with Linfield prior to moving to Canada in 2013.

After a brief spell with KR Reykjavík in Iceland Watson returned to Northern Ireland to rejoin Ballymena United before signing for Larne last summer.

The former FC Edmonton centre-half became a pivotal part of Larne’s Premiership return last season, filling in as captain in the absence of Jeff Hughes.

“Last year we did so well, barring a few results and I felt we would have kicked on if those last seven games could have been played,“ Watson told Larne’s website.

“I want to win something and achieve something with Larne and I know we are very close. Maybe a couple of more pieces of the jigsaw will see us right up there.

“You want to be playing every week and that’s up to me to make sure I do extra bits and pieces to keep myself in tiptop condition, which I have always done throughout my career.

“Once we get the chance to train again we will be back working hard and hopefully we get a date when the new season will begin because we’re all massively looking forward to it.”