Hearts midfielder Kenny Anderson is training with Livingston with a view to a short-term loan move.
The 23-year-old Dutchman arrived in West Lothian on Thursday morning to be assessed by manager Mark Burchill, who is keen to reinforce his midfield.
Anderson is surplus to requirements at Hearts and free to leave if he finds a new club. His contract expires at the end of the season but it is understood Livingston are only interested in an emergency loan deal initially.
Burchill will watch the midfielder again in training on Friday before deciding whether to proceed with a loan agreement. Anderson is keen to move for the chance to play first-team football again having fallen out of favour at Hearts.
Born in the Netherlands to a Scottish father, he moved to Tynecastle on an 18-month deal in February this year. However, he has not made a competitive appearance in maroon this season.