DUNDEE UNITED hope to add another Irish player to their squad as the SPL outfit are leading the chase for Bohemians man Evan McMillan.
United already have five Irish-born players in their first-team squad (Sean Dillon, Willo Flood, Jon Daly, Gavin Gunning and Richie Ryan) but boss Peter Houston is a fan of McMillan, who scored nine goals for the Gypsies last season following his move from St Patrick's Athletic.
Pat's are keen to re-sign him with Shamrock Rovers also interested but British clubs are also tracking the versatile player and Chesterfield boss Paul Cook - who would have seen McMillan play in his time as Sligo Rovers manager - is also keen.
McMillan is currently recuperating after minor surgery on a knee problem and hopes to secure his club future in the next week.
Meanwhile, his Bohs team-mate Kevin Feely is waiting for word from Championship side Peterborough United. The Kildare native played for the Posh reserves in a game watched by manager Darren Ferguson yesterday but Feely had the misfortune of scoring an own goal in a 1-1 draw.