Celtic's Ross Doohan is a transfer target for Tranmere Rovers.

The goalkeeper has spent the past four seasons on loan at five different clubs including Greenock Morton, Ayr Utd and Ross County.

His most recent loan spell was under current Tranmere boss Micky Mellon at Dundee Utd where he made just two Scottish Premiership appearances against Motherwell in a 2-2 draw and St Mirren where he kept a clean sheet in a goalless draw.

Despite playing just twice, Mellon is a fan of the young stopper and needs a fresh body between the sticks at Prenton Park.

Herald and Times Sport understands Ange Postecoglou will take stock of his goalie options this coming week before any deal may be done with Rovers.

Vasilis Barkas was at fault for Midtjylland's equaliser during the week while Scott Bain has barely featured in pre-season and Conor Hazard has been out injured.

Postecoglou has no fears picking youngsters who may be inexperienced, with Dane Murray - just 18-years-old - making his debut against the Danes on Tuesday.

And Doohan, 23, has more first-team experience.