Rory McKenzie: Kilmarnock striker signs new two-year deal

Kilmarnock forward Rory McKenzie
McKenzie hopes to feature in a central attacking role next season

Rory McKenzie is excited to be part of a much-changed Kilmarnock squad after signing a new two-year contract.

The 22-year-old forward has made over 100 appearances since his Rugby Park debut in April 2011.

Having scored three goals in 33 appearances last season - often in a wide position - McKenzie is hoping to play a more central role.

"I'm looking forward to next season. There have been big changes at the club," he said.

"The whole place needed a revamp."

Manager Lee Clark is planning a major overhaul after keeping Killie in the top flight following a play-off final with Falkirk.

Eight out-of-contract players have moved on and another seven were placed on the transfer list, with Kevin McHattie, Mark O'Hara and David Syme having found new clubs.

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