If Andy Irving is to leave this summer with his contract expiring and little news on a deal being agreed, Hendry is a ready-made replacement. Slick, composed and confident, the Raith Rovers midfielder was the conductor for John McGlynn’s side and was deservedly nominated for the PFA Scotland Championship Player of the Year award.
A player who could be potentially turned into a dangerous Premiership attacker. Ayr United have offered the winger a new deal. He was one of the most prolific in terms of shots and dribbles in the league last season.
Hearts witnessed first hand the quality the 23-year-old possesses. He netted twice in the 3-2 win for Queen of the South at Tynecastle Park, including a stunning long-range loft over Ross Stewart. Can play wide but is most deadly running behind and down the sides of defences. Dundee United and Motherwell are reportedly keen.
Neilson is keen on a left-footed centre-back. Musonda is confident off either foot. An assured centre-back who is capable of playing at full-back. Uses the ball well and has a strong build. Season ended early due to injury and was missed by Raith in the play-offs.