Paul Kirk has joined what is becoming an ever growing list of managers who are keen to pick up players from Glentoran in the transfer window.
And the Lisburn Distillery boss has also made known his interest in the services of an Oval old-boy, Glenavon midfielder Conor Walsh.
Kirk's side has started to put a consistent run of results together having won their last three league games, but in order to keep moving up the table he feels that he needs to add a bit more quality and has enquired about the availability of both Gary Browne and Chris Morgan.
The Whites are well placed, just outside of a top six who all have designs of Intertoto Cup football and a place in the Setanta Cup in 2008.
They face Larne this afternoon and their new boss Paul Curran - who is still looking for his first win - is expecting to be busy during the January window.
He has already done some business, bringing in defender Padraig Gollogley and this week released American midfielder PJ Scheufele after only one starting appearance for the club.