The Rangers right-back, Lee Hodson, could soon have a permanent new home.
According to The Daily Record, St Mirren are set to open talks with Hodson, whose Rangers contract expires this summer.
And the 27-year-old, who spent the 2018/19 season on loan in Paisley, is unlikely to be offered a new one at Ibrox, where James Tavernier and Jon Flanagan are ahead of him in Steven Gerrard's pecking order.
Hodson recently helped the Buddies to stay in the Premiership, where they will face Rangers once again next season.
And the Northern Irishman, who was brought to Ibrox during Mark Warburton's reign as manager, is said to be a top transfer target for Oran Kearney's side.
But what do St Mirren fans make of the rumour?
This is what they're saying on Twitter...
Great news— scott geddes 10 (@Scottgeddes7) May 30, 2019
Hopefully. He was really impressive at the end of the season. I thought he was our best player on Sunday.— Gordon Russell (@gordon1957) May 30, 2019
His experience would be great to have... need to build on the team spirit we have created instead of stubbsing it— Danny McDowall (@D_Mac81) May 30, 2019
Agreed. Got better the longer he was here.— Soctty123 (@Soctty123) May 30, 2019
Just watched highlights back from Sunday @leehods2 unsung hero, was always available for a pass and got up and down the pitch all game. Hope we can get him back next season— Chris Lynch (@1ynch101) May 28, 2019
@leehods2 Hi Lee outstanding performance yesterday hope you sign a deal to stay please stay COYS— Stuart McCabe (@StuartMcCabe30) May 27, 2019
Hodson has made just 27 appearances in his three years at Rangers, for whom he has scored one goal and assisted another.
Is Hodson a good addition for Rangers' Premiership rivals?
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