CELTIC goalkeeper Craig Gordon is reportedly a target of St Mirren.

The Scotland international is out of contract this summer and despite being offered a new deal it is understood he is contemplating a future away from the Hoops.

The Scottish Sun say the Buddies have put a deal on the table for Gordon and reports suggest Jim Goodwin is keen to secure his services after Vaclav Hladky departed the club earlier this week.

Gordon, 37, faces an uncertain future at Celtic with Neil Lennon hoping to land Fraser Forster on a permanent deal.

A deal hasn't been struck just yet and as a result the Parkhead club offered Gordon a new deal with Scott Bain the only first-team keeper under contract.

The one time £9million man is keen to get playing on a regular basis with a spot in Steve Clarke's Scotland squad at the forefront of his mind.

Hearts were interested in bringing Gordon back to Tynecastle in the January window and Huddersfield were also monitoring his situation.

A number of other clubs are understood to be plotting a swoop for Gordon ahead of the start to the new season.