Brothers Robbie and David Winters could be reunited again in Malta as they look to pick up new clubs.
The pair, who are free agents after leaving Alloa Athletic and Annan Athletic respectively, are subject to interest from a number of sides in the BOV Premier League.
Both lined up together for the first time in their careers during spells at Livingston, before David left for a spell in Vietnam and Robbie headed to Iceland to play for Grindavik.
“I am a free agent just now and I'm looking for a fresh challenge,” Robbie told STV. “I have experience of playing abroad before and had no trouble adapting.
“I've won honours in both Scotland and Norway in my career and have scored lots of goals in doing so.
“It would be good to play beside my brother again. We both play extremely well together and I'm positive we can do well anywhere.”
David, who at 29 is eight years younger than his brother, added: “The prospect of playing abroad with my brother would make the switch more appealing.
“We both know each others games inside out. I would be confident of playing well and scoring goals together, as we have both proved throughout our careers.”
Robbie was a Norwegian Premier League winner with SK Brann in 2007, netting 70 times in 178 games during a six-year stint, before winning both the Scottish Third and Second Division titles back to back with Livingston.
Having started his career with Dundee United, the one-time Scotland cap played for Aberdeen and famously took over in goal early in the 2000 Scottish Cup final defeat to Rangers, following an early injury to Jim Leighton.
David also got his career under way at Tannadice before a move to Ross County in 2003, followed by stints at Hamilton, Livingston, Dumbarton, Can Tho, Dumbarton and Annan Athletic which yielded 78 goals across 308 appearances.
Jonathan Hope, who is representing both players in their proposed switch, said: "We are currently in discussions with a trio of clubs in Malta.
"I have worked with David before and think he will do extremely well over there. He's quick and will get in behind defenders to score goals.
"As for Robbie, he has a few years left in him and he'll score goals in Malta. He has proved time and again he is capable of finding the net anywhere."
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