Courier Sport understands that Raith are keen to bring young Dundee keeper Calum Ferrie in on loan.
The English goalie, who turns 20 today, made his debut for the Dark Blues at Ibrox at the start of April when first-choice stopper Elliott Parish had to come off with a facial injury.
The highly-promising Ferrie was then handed a starting place against Partick in the final game of the campaign.
Since then, though, Dens boss Neil McCann has signed former Hearts keeper Jack Hamilton and he is expected to compete with Parish for the No.1 jersey this season.
Raith parted company with their two goalies Graeme Smith and Aaron Lennox at the end of the last campaign with Stark’s boss Barry Smith recently snapping up keeper Robbie Thomson from Falkirk.
Now, the manager is believed to be trying to bring Ferrie in on loan to challenge strongly with Thomson for possession of the jersey.
Earlier this week, the Kirkcaldy club were also linked with moves for Falkirk striker Rory Loy, former Dunfermline winger Joe Cardle and midfielder Grant Gillespie who spent the second half of last season playing for Dundee United and the latter is believed to be close to sealing a deal with Rovers.