Nearly four months after parting company with Gerry Creaney, Dundee are no closer to finding a new head of youth.
Paul Hartley has told Courier Sport that the Dark Blues are likely to wait until the summer before they make an appointment.
And the same is true for the post of under-20s coach, which was vacated several weeks ago by Eddie Johnson.
Hartley revealed that Dundee haven’t yet got to the point of speaking to potential candidates for the head of youth job.
He explained: “It’s something John (managing director) and myself have got to look at.
“It’s just about trying to get the right candidate to fill the role. It’s not easy.
“We’ve not spoken to anyone yet.
“We’ll probably address it in the summer.”
On the under-20s job, Hartley added: “We’ve had a lot of applications. We’re going through them just now. It might be another one that will have to wait until the summer.”