HIBERNIAN goalkeeper Matt Macey is set to depart Easter Road this summer and St Johnstone are keen to sign him up, according to reports.

Lee Johnson's side snapped up Scotland international David Marshall after he was released by QPR and it is understood that Macey is not keen on being a No2.

The Sun say that the 27-year-old will depart this summer in the hope of finding first-team football.

Callum Davidson's Saints are on the hunt for a new No1 with Zander Clark expected to move on this window upon the expiry of his contract.

Speaking earlier this week Davidson said: “We have been working hard for months on the goalkeeping position because Zander was the player we most expected to move on.

“I have been working closely with Paul Mathers to identify goalkeepers we think can come here and do a job for us.

“We have five or six targets drawn up and the conversations have been happening to see which of them we can get.

“We need someone capable of coming here and going straight in as number one.

“Zander has been such a key part of St Johnstone and he’s showed, as well as Alan Mannus before him, how important it is to have a strong number one.

“It’s a really important position and one we need to get right.”