Dundee United are ready to listen to offers for David Proctor.
Proctor joins Alan Archibald and David McCracken on the unwanted list at Tannadice.
Former Inverness defender Proctor has barely featured under Craig Levein and the United boss is prepared to let him move on.
"David's not quite in a similar situation to Archibald and McCracken because he's got longer to go on his contract," said Levein.
"But I've had a chat with him and his agent and said that if he can find anything that's suitable then we would be quite willing to discuss it.
"He's not really featured and with Keith Watson breaking through and the signing of Sean Dillon, I see him being surplus to requirements."
Meanwhile, United have handed a trial to New Zealand international Che Bunce.
The giant defender has linked up with United for training as he seeks to win a move to Tayside.
Bunce currently plies his trade in the Australian A-League with NZ Knights and Levein is keen to have a look at him before deciding whether or not to pursue his interest in the player.
"We're looking into getting a game for Che just now as it was difficult to judge him down on the beach," added Levein.
"His club had financial problems over in New Zealand and stopped paying the players so he became a free agent.
"It's not a huge problem for us because we can still sign him when the transfer window closes."