ARBROATH goalkeeper Darren Hill looks set to leave the club after requesting a move.
The 31-year-old has spent six years at Gayfield making him one of the longest serving players at the club.
But he informed manager Paul Sheerin that he would like to move on and therefore he is available for transfer.
Hill was virtually an ever-present in the championship winning season of 2010/11 and during the last campaign.
However, earlier this season he suffered a broken arm in a league match against Ayr United and has only recently come back into contention.
During his absence, Scott Morrison donned the number one jersey and produced some remarkable performances, especially against Celtic in the Scottish Cup.
Morrison was only signed in September on a short term deal until January, but this week he has had his contract extended until the summer.