Hibernian are lining up a move for Plymouth goalkeeper Graham Stack, skysports.com understands.
New Hibs boss John Hughes is in the market for a new keeper with Yves Makabu Kalambay the only experienced custodian on the books at Easter Road.
Hughes is thought to be exploring the idea of signing Stack who has dropped out of favour at Plymouth.
Stack has not been included in Plymouth's squad for the pre-season tour of Scotland and it appears Pilgrims boss Paul Sturrock is willing to let him move on.
Hibs are believed to have tabled an offer for former Arsenal youth product Stack and the 27-year-old could be willing to make the move to Edinburgh in search of regular first-team football.