Stevie May has been linked with both Dundee clubs but St Johnstone are the only Tayside team to confirm their intent to sign the Aberdeen striker.
Ending a winless run was essential for St Johnstone on Saturday.
Tommy Wright stopped short of labelling Saturday’s McDiarmid Park clash with Motherwell as a “must-win” contest for St Johnstone.
Tommy Wright believes that the “big black cloud” gathering over McDiarmid Park has been lifted by St Johnstone’s back to back draws.
It is tiny margins not tactics that are costing St Johnstone, according to manager Tommy Wright.
Dundee have made contact with Aberdeen regarding their striker Stevie May, manager James McPake has confirmed.
After making his worst career decision, Callum Booth hopes he has now made his best.
One Edinburgh manager was sacked after St Johnstone played his team and another has lost his job before they even travel to Perth.
Two comeback draws for St Johnstone have stopped the rot after a pretty grim start to the season.
A defensive injury crisis is hanging over St Johnstone as they start their season at Montrose tonight.