Celtic are stepping up their efforts to conclude a loan agreement with Paris Saint-Germain for forward Timothy Weah.
The Bhoys have been battling with French club Amiens to offer Weah a home for the second half of the season, with the United States international targeting regular game time.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is keen to get Weah through the door on a loan deal and, according to the Herald, the Bhoys are stepping up their work on the transfer.
Rodgers was left displeased with Celtic's transfer business last summer and is aiming to put the Bhoys in a strong position for the second half of the season.
Celtic also still have European football on the agenda, with a last 32 Europa League tie against Valencia.
Weah has clocked just 53 minutes of Ligue 1 football for PSG in the current campaign, finding the back of the net once.
The lure of turning out in Europe is sure to appeal to the forward, though Amiens have been hoping that game time in France's top flight would have more sway.