Vancouver Whitecaps FC forward Kenny Miller was being speculated to be a possible replacement for Hibernian striker Leigh Griffiths in January has cooled after Hibs manager Pat Fenlon cold poured water on the rumours.
During a press conference over the weekend, Fenlon said, “We haven’t spoken to anybody in relation to Kenny Miller. The honest truth at the minute is that there is nothing in it. We are actively looking for players and obviously we have a few players whose loans are up in January and we need to have targets if we can’t renew those.
“We can’t control what happens in the media in relation to players but we are doing our homework to try to bring in players and strengthen the squad if we can.”
Whitecaps management have said that they expect Miller to be in Vancouver in January when training camp opens for the MLS squad.