Plans to build a new Dundee FC stadium at Camperdown Park could still be blocked by access issues.
Dundee FC owner Tim Keyes said concerns about access had been resolved with national transport agency Transport Scotland.
But while Transport Scotland is not formally objecting to the proposal, it has still to fully assess all the options put forward by the club as potential solutions to access difficulties that would be created by building a 15,000-seater stadium just off the Kingsway.
The development, near Dundee Ice Arena, would include training pitches, a retail park and housing.
But the ability of high volumes of traffic using the current road lay-out to enter the site on match days has been questioned.
A spokesman for Transport Scotland, which is responsible for trunk roads, said it is working closely with DFC over plans for the stadium but has yet to give definitive approval.