Dundee United midfielder Charlie Telfer has joined Livingston on loan until the end of the season.
Telfer cost the Tangerines £204,000 in compensation to Rangers after they signed him from the Light Blues in the summer of 2014.
Despite that expensive price tag his game time has been limited to just 21 starts during his 18 months at Tannadice, while he has come off the bench on just 12 occasions.
His last appearance was against Partick Thistle at Tannadice on December 12, when he was a subbed sub.
Now he heads to Livi looking for some game time in the Championship before the end of the campaign and could make his debut against Dumbarton tomorrow.
Telfer’s Tannadice teammate John Souttar is still interesting Hearts, who had a bid for the defensive midfielder turned down earlier this week.
However, the Tynecastle club’s manager Robbie Neilson has refused to talk specifics as regards the 19-year-old.
Neilson would only say: “I’m not going to talk about someone who is not my player.
“Any business we do for any player at this club is always done behind closed doors.”
The Jam Tarts are also rumoured to be keen on Dundee striker Craig Wighton.
However, Dark Blues boss Paul Hartley said: “There is nothing – nothing that we’ve heard.”