Musa Toure is a transfer target for Hibernian this January, according to a report.

Nick Montgomery has been waiting patiently to bring his own players in having taken over the Easter Road hot seat from Lee Johnson in early September.

Having arrived from Central Coast Mariners, the 42-year-old has carried out a decent job to date. Hibs are currently unbeaten in six league games and sit fifth in the table, just two points behind Hearts in third.

It seems like Montgomery is going to show his knowledge of Australian football as part of his recruitment strategy in the upcoming window.

According to FTBL, Adelaide United forward Toure is on the radar of Hibs. The attacker is 18 years old, and his contract expires at the end of the season.

The report states that after just six appearances this term, Toure is keen to move abroad for his next move.

Should he join Hibs, the Australian would join up with some familiar faces such as Lewis Miller and Jimmy Jeggo, while Martin Boyle of course plays international football for Australia.

Meanwhile, inside Easter Road reminders are everywhere, including on the mouse mats, of what is expected at Hibernian.

Doing the small things, humility without an ego, and reinforcing a demanding but healthy culture sit alongside the desire to consistently qualify for Europe and close the gap on Celtic and Rangers.

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On Wednesday, boss Nick Montgomery – three months into his reign – gets the chance to test their progress again.

Under chief executive Ben Kensell, Hibs’ internal mantra is to be the club which dares to do things differently. It is up to Montgomery to ensure it happens on the pitch ahead of the trip to Celtic.

“It’s very hard but you only have to look at Leicester in the Premier League, no-one really expected them to do that (winning in 2016),” the former Sheffield United midfielder tells the PA news agency.

“Every club in every league will see that as an inspirational story. Is it sustainable? No, it’s hard to be sustainable because look at where Leicester are now but that’s a one-off example.