Hibs have today failed in a bid to land former Dundee United keeper Dusan Pernis.
The Slovakian international is a free agent following his departure from Tannadice under freedom of contract this summer.
27-year-old Pernis was offered a two-year-contract by Hibs boss Pat Fenlon this week, but he has turned it down as he is looking for a move to England.
Bolton Wanderers, Cardiff City and Sheffield United are all keen on the 6ft 3in keeper.
Hibs are on the look-out for a new keeper, following the release of Graham Stack.
The future of Mark Brown is also still in doubt, and despite reports that Fenlon is keen to keepr the former Rangers & Celtic keeper, no deal, as of yet, has been signed, effectively meaning that Brown is now a free agent as his Hibs contract has expired.
Pat Fenlon is currently talking to a number of players, as he looks to completely re-build his squad this summer.