Last updated : 03 January 2005 By Pars Mad
After being told he was surplus to requirements at Easter Road, Hibs striker Tam McManus has been linked with a move to East End Park.

The striker will be alowed to leave on a free transfer although Dundee and Dundee Utd are also rumoured to be interested in the hitman - although Utd's involvement may well be dropped after the signing of Crawford.

McManus - currently Hibs longest serving player - joined Boston Utd on loan at the start of the season before moving back to Scotland in the last few weeks due to homesickness.

With the Pars currently struggling for goals, and with Davie Hay publicly stating that he would like to add to the Pars attack, any move for Tam McManus would likely be welcomed by Pars fans.

Despite falling out of favour under Tony Mowbray in recent months, Tam's cockiness and never-say-die attitude made him a favourite with the Easter Road faithful.