Pat Fenlon wants to strengthen Hibs with a goalkeeper and a striker as he steps up his pre-season plans.
The Easter Road boss has already added defender James McPake and midfielder Paul Cairney to his pool of players this summer.
But with Graham Stack leaving the club and Mark yet to put pen to paper on a new deal, it leaves Fenlon with just youngsters at his disposal between the sticks.
It is a similar tale up front, with Garry O’Connor and Leigh Griffiths departing and just Eoin Doyle and the untried Ross Caldwell as attacking threats.
Fenlon told the Edinburgh Evening News: “We are a bit light in those departments at the moment but, while we are working hard behind the scenes, we’ve nothing to report at the moment.
“Signing a goalkeeper and another are a priority.”
STV understands that former Motherwell midfielder Steve Jennings remains on Fenlon’s summer wish list and a move could be made for the former Tranmere player once higher priority targets are secured.
Jennings also has an option in the English Championship but has yet to commit his future since departing Fir Park.
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