Hibernian have pulled out of the race to sign Falkirk star Alan Gow.
Gow held talks with Hibs earlier this month as he considers his future at Falkirk.
The 24-year-old's current contract expires at the end of the season and as yet he has not agreed a new deal at Falkirk.
A number of clubs including Rangers, Celtic, Aberdeen and Wolves are thought to be tracking Gow after his impressive form this season.
Hibs boss John Collins was keen to bring Gow to Easter Road, but they have now dropped out of the running for the forward's signature.
"Alan Gow will not be joining Hibs," Collins told the Daily Record.
"We went about our business correctly and in a professional manner.
"He is a very good player and we made him our best offer but it appears that he sees his future elsewhere and we wish him all the best.
"We will now move on to look at other options."