Tributes have been paid to a dad-of-three whose body was found in a Lochee multi earlier this week.
Police have said the death of the man, named locally as Michael Inglis, is not being treated as suspicious.
His body was found in Elder’s Court on Monday morning, in a section of the flats leading to a rubbish chute.
The Celtic fan has left behind three children and a fiance, who is said to be devastated.
His immediate family were too upset to speak on Tuesday but one relative said Mr Inglis would be missed by all who knew him.
Mr Inglis lived in neighbouring Adamson Court, but is thought to have been a regular visitor to Elder’s Court. He had been released from prison late last week.
A small police presence remained at the scene on Tuesday afternoon.
It is understood an Elder’s Court resident found Mr Inglis’ body.
Previous reports suggested his body may had lain at the scene since Friday night but that has been disputed by local sources.
The family friend said: “He was found in the bit where the chute leads into.
“There is no way a person could even fit in the chute itself.
“And he was not lying there all weekend. He was there for a day at most.”
A force spokesman said: “Police Scotland was made aware that the body of a 37-year-old man was found at Elders Court in Dundee around 8.10am on Monday, 27 April.
“There are no suspicious circumstances and a report has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.”
Among those paying tribute to Mr Inglis online was Marcus Patton, who described his friend as “always a legend in my eyes”.
“Fly high buddy,” he added.
Chris Livingston said the Mr Inglis was a “fantastic football player”.