Middlesbrough look close to sealing a deal for Livingston starlet Andrew Halliday.
The 19-year-old winger has been hugely impressive for Livi this season and has netted into double figures as they sealed promotion from the Scottish third division.
Livingston have produced a number of promising players in recent years, including Graham Dorrans and Robert Snodgrass, who are earning rave reviews in England.
Halliday now looks set to be the latest off the Almondvale conveyor belt to depart and Boro are close to doing a deal.
Former Livingston manager Mark Proctor, now Under 18s coach at Boro, has played a major part in tipping off boss Gordon Strachan about Halliday.
"Andy Halliday is a player I identified and flagged up to our recruitment people," admitted Proctor.
"I actually gave Andy his debut when he was just a schoolboy. I've kept an eye on him and heard good reports about him this season.
"So I passed his name on and Andy has been down here at Boro for some training where he did well."