Former Rangers star Marvin Andrews could be set for one more crack at the SPL with Hamilton Accies.
Record Sport understands the 33-year-old centre-half is one of a number of players on New Douglas Park boss Billy Reid's radar and he may be offered a deal.

Reid wants to bring some experienced players into his young squad for their second SPL season and Andrews fits the bill - if he can prove his fitness.

Accies are now back in training and Reid will run the rule over a number of trialists over the next few weeks.

Andrews won his 100th cap for Trinidad and Tobago last month and helped Raith Rovers land the Second Division title last season.

The big defender, famously a committed Christian, helped Rangers win the 2005 SPL championship on Helicopter Sunday.

Andrews injured his cruciate ligament that season but he refused medical treatment and continued to play for the Ibrox side, claiming God would look after him.

He only missed one match and became a cult hero with the Rangers support because of his wholehearted and honest approach to the game.

Andrews' first club in Scotland was Raith but he moved to Livingston in 2000 and helped the Almondvale outfit lift the 2004 League Cup.