Dundee United have moved a step closer to signing Inverness star David Proctor.
The Tannadice outfit have been chasing Proctor all summer with United boss Craig Brewster keen to be reunited with the defender.
Inverness have rejected a couple of previous bids from United for Proctor, but they have now finally accepted United's latest offer.
Brewster is hoping to push through a deal soon and believes Proctor will be a valuable addition to his squad.
"We've agreed a fee so all going well David will train with us on Friday morning and go into the squad for the Killie game," Brewster told the Daily Record.
"I'm sure he'll prove a good addition and with this type of player arriving the future of the club will be in better hands.
"David's a fit boy who can play right back or right midfield. He's especially effective away from home when he gets up and down the park all day.
"He is a decent goal threat from set-pieces and brings the squad's average age down."
Brewster also revealed that he is interested in wantaway Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor
Rangers are willing to let McGregor leave and Brewster is hoping to lure him to Tannadice.
"We're looking at Allan and we've had brief talks with his agent Scott Fisher," added Brewster.