St Johnstone are willing to let striker David McMillan leave, manager Tommy Wright has revealed.
The Irishman suffered an injury blow in his first season with the Perth club and has subsequently struggled for game time, with several other forwards ahead of him the queue for starts.
“David has been made available for transfer and a few clubs have already made enquiries about him,” said Wright, who is looking to “balance the books” before the transfer window closes next week.
“Stefan (Scougall) has also been made available on loan and one club has made a concrete offer so far. But he is ill at the moment.
“Our intention is to play Michael (O’Halloran) up front so David’s opportunities will be even more limited. It is important for David that he plays games.
“It’s no slight on David. He has suffered because Matty (Kennedy) has also done well up front and sometime we have only played one striker.
“It took David a while to get over the hamstring injury in his first game against Partick Thistle.
“But football is a business as well as a sport. I think David is a very good player but we have to balance the books and people have to go out when you are bringing players in.
“We have trimmed the squad down to 22 outfield players but it is very strong.”
One player who won’t be leaving is Liam Craig. He has extended his contract for another season.