BAILY Cargill has joined Scottish Premiership side Partick Thistle on loan until the end of the season.

Cargill spent the first half of the campaign with Fleetwood Town, making 18 appearances.

Cherries on Tuesday confirmed the 22-year-old's loan with the League One outfit had been terminated and that he had moved north of the border.

Thistle boss Alan Archibald told the club website: “Baily is a good age and comes with a decent calibre.

"He played regularly for Fleetwood this season so we’re hoping he can hit the ground running and become a quality asset for us."

Following a string of loan spells, Cargill made his league debut for Cherries in the 1-1 draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford in March last year, becoming the first graduate of the club's academy to feature in the top flight.

The 12-minute outing off the bench in front of 75,000 fans was a far cry from Cargill's first taste of senior football as a 17-year-old, when he turned out for AFC Totton in the Southern League.

Cargill went on to experience loan stints at Welling, Torquay, Coventry and Gillingham.

Capped seven times by England under-20s, Cargill scored on his international debut against Canada at Dean Court.