While he didn't quite have the impact at Preston North End that he would have hoped for, Daryl Horgan has enjoyed solid spell in Scotland.
The winger has scored six goals and registered 12 assists in two Scottish Premiership seasons. He helped Hibernian to a seventh placed finish last season and it seems as though his form has now attracted interest from elsewhere.
Horgan was left out of the Hibernian squad for today's game against Aberdeen and it soon emerged that this was due to a pending transfer away from the club. Manager Jack Ross would confirm that the player was set to sign elsewhere in the coming days (h/t Scottish Sun):
Daryl Horgan isn’t involved today as it is likely he will move on in the next few days.
It is something that has been on the horizon for a couple of weeks.
Daryl is most likely going to return to England so we had to go about finding a replacement and a creative wide player.
While the Galway native's destination remains unknown at this point, Horgan will surely be looking to force his way back into Ireland contention at his next club.
The 28-year old winger has won six caps for Ireland at senior level up to this point, the last of which came in friendly draw against Poland in November 2018. Horgan also knows the new Ireland manager well, having had a hugely successful stint under Stephen Kenny at Dundalk.