Ivan Sproule’s representative has played down speculation the winger could be the latest to head for the Easter Road exit door.
The winger was rumoured to be attracting interest from fellow SPL side St Johnstone as Pat Fenlon attempts to rebuild the capital club’s squad following their Scottish Cup final defeat.
An exodus of players from the capital club started earlier this week with captain Ian Murray departing along with goalkeeper Graham Stack.
Several loan players have also returned to their parent clubs after Fenlon hit out at the lack of desire amongst last season’s group.
However speaking to The Scotsman, Sproule’s agent Clive Hart denied his client would be looking for a new club.
He said: “Ivan still has another year left at Hibs and will be back there next season.
“He was involved in virtually every game this season and there are no plans to talk with Pat Fenlon or Hibs about his future at the club.”
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