Paul McGowan has reported for training with Dundee 24 hours after he was quizzed by police in a gambling probe.
The Dundee midfielder was arrested on Thursday – along with former Dens teammate Leigh Griffiths and another man, aged 37 – as part of an investigation into suspicious betting patterns in Dundee’s match against Hearts on December 18 last year.
The Dens Park club released a statement confirming they are assisting police with their inquiries.
Nevertheless, Courier Sport understands McGowan arrived – as expected – at the club’s Gardyne training ground on Friday morning to continue his recovery from a knee injury.
The midfielder has not featured for the Dark Blues since their 3-1 defeat to Cove Rangers on October 4.
He remains on the club’s injured list and will play no part in their crucial Championship clash with Inverness Caledonian Thistle on Saturday.
Earlier this season, McGowan made his 300th appearance for Dundee, becoming the 21st player to pass the Dens Park milestone.
He has been a Dundee player since 2014 and, during his most recent injury lay-off, has been singled out for praise by boss Gary Bowyer.
Speaking in early November, the Dee manager said: “Paul has been magnificent since I’ve been here.
“He’s great around the group even when he’s not playing.
“He was around the squad on Friday which speaks volumes for him.
“Just because he’s not on the pitch doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a massive part to play.
“He makes a big contribution.”