Zak Rudden joined Partick Thistle as the club’s first new signing of the 2020 January transfer window from Rangers for a nominal fee on a two-and-a-half-year deal.
The 19-year-old attacker spent the first half of the 2019/20 season with Plymouth Argyle, scoring three goals in nine starts for the League Two side but made the switch to Maryhill after his loan with the Pilgrims ended.
During the 18/19 term, Zak was on loan at Falkirk in the Scottish Championship scoring 12 league goals for the Bairns, finishing joint-fourth in the league’s scoring charts behind only Lawrence Shankland, Stephen Dobbie and Billy McKay.
After a stop-start period to begin his Thistle career, Zak really hit form in early 2021. He got his first goal for the Club in a 3-0 cup win over Cowdenbeath before breaking his league duck with a double against Clyde at Firhill.
He went on to score four more as Thistle won League One including the opener against Falkirk in the title-clinching game.
Contract Expiry: Summer 2022