Martin Woods is among 14 players set to leave Dundee.
Given his temporary club’s perilous situation, enjoyable is certainly not a word on-loan Scott Wright can use to describe his time at Dundee.
Scott Wright will not be following Dundee through the Ladbrokes Premiership trapdoor if they go down – but that will not stop the Aberdeen youngster from giving his all to the Dens Park cause.
Dundee’s season is swiftly heading into do-or-die territory with five matches left to save their Premiership skins.
Dundee will be boosted by the return of key men for their crucial Premiership run-in as they battle to avoid relegation.
Dundee will be without winger Scott Wright when they line up against his parent club Aberdeen at Dens Park today.
The work of on-loan Tannadice Street temporary employees Scott Wright and Mark Reynolds has delighted their permanent boss Derek McInnes.
On-loan forward Scott Wright says the mindset has to change at Dundee if they are to save their Premiership skins.
Rather understandably, no one has asked Jim McIntyre if he’s a fan of the hit BBC show DIY SOS.
Leaving a squad challenging at the top of the table for one struggling at the bottom may seem like a big decision for any young footballer to make.
There’s a fresh look about Dundee these days after manager Jim McIntyre made sweeping changes to his squad over January.
The final day of the transfer window saw a revolving door at Dens Park.