Team news for Saturday's Scottish Premier League match between Dundee United and Aberdeen at Tannadice.
Aberdeen duo Stephen Hughes and Gary Naysmith have agreed new deals to extend their stays at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen manager Craig Brown has declared that he is keen to tie defender Gary Naysmith down to a new deal.
Aberdeen have completed the signing of former Scotland international defender Gary Naysmith after he impressed on trial.
Aberdeen manager Craig Brown has confirmed he is likely to offer full-back Gary Naysmith a contract until the end of the year.
Former Everton and Huddersfield Town full-back Gary Naysmith is hoping that he will be offered a contract by Aberdeen.
Former Hearts and Everton defender Gary Naysmith will travel with Aberdeen to Germany ahead of a possible deal.
Huddersfield's fringe players blew their big chance in Saturday's FA Cup defeat at Swindon, according to manager Lee Clark.
Peterborough striker George Boyd has some "unfinished business" in the Championship and has no doubts they are good enough to stay there.
Huddersfield Town defender Gary Naysmith has been told to be patient as he closes in on a return from long-term injury.
Huddersfield manager Lee Clark is hoping to include Gary Naysmith in a full training session this week.
Huddersfield Town defender Gary Naysmith will be sidelined for four months after having surgery on his foot injury.
Huddersfield are waiting to learn the timescale of Gary Naysmith's injury after being told the defender requires surgery.
Gary Naysmith has agreed a two-year deal at Huddersfield after deciding to leave Sheffield United.
Sheff Utd are optimistic Gary Naysmith will accept the offer of a new contract to stay at Bramall Lane.
Sheffield United are hoping four first-team players will all sign new contracts with the club.
Sheffield United manager Kevin Blackwell is hoping to agree a deal to keep Gary Naysmith at Bramall Lane.
Gary Naysmith wants to stay at Sheffield United, but insists his priority is returning to full fitness.
Gary Naysmith faces a lengthy lay-off after undergoing surgery to repair cruciate ligament damage.
Kevin Blackwell believes Sheff Utd have 'nothing to lose' ahead of their FA Cup replay against Hull City.