The transfer window may be over but there are still a number of former Scottish Premiership players clubs could pick up on a free transfer.

Earlier this week the transfer window slammed shut, but managers may have their eye on the free agency market. St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin has already been vocal about his plans to delve into this market to bring in new recruits.

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Goodwin is looking to free agency. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

So with that market in mind, here are eight former Premiership players clubs could still sign for nothing.

Jackson Irvine

The former Celtic and Ross County man is a free agent following a spell at Hull City. Whilst overall he represented the Tigers well, he couldn’t stop them sliding into League One last season.

Now in October, the Australian international is still on the lookout for a team and would surely be a smart pickup for many clubs.

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The former Celtic man is looking for a new home. (Photo by Jacques Feeney/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Ross Wallace

A former Celtic and Sunderland playmaker, Wallace has been on the free agency list since leaving St Mirren in the summer. It’s something he knows how to deal with after spending the first half of last term without a club.

At 35, time may not be on his side, but the former Sunderland man could surely do a job for someone in need of a playmaker.

Dolly Menga

Livingston’s most recent cult hero is currently seeking a new club following his exit from the Lions. He has been everywhere from Serie A to the Tony Macaroni Arena so expect Menga to pop up somewhere soon.

Menga is on the hunt for a new club. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Ben Heneghan

Heneghan is one of the many rough diamonds Stephen Robinson has brought to Motherwell from relative obscurity down south. His form at Fir Park earned him a move to Sheffield United a few seasons ago but now he searches for a new club after leaving the Blades permanently in the summer.

Conrad Logan

Hibs’ 2016 Scottish Cup hero is on the lookout for a new team to call home after leaving Forest Green Rovers.

Whilst he may 34, given his position, there’s still plenty of football left in the goalkeeper.

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Logan’s without a club. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

Connor Johnson

A centre-back, Johnson spent last season on loan at Kilmarnock from Premier League side Wolves. He left Molineux at the end of last season as his Ayrshire spell came to a close, not finding a permanent home quite yet.

Tony Andreu

The Frenchman is on the lookout for a new club after leaving St Mirren at the end of last season. Formerly of Hamilton and Dundee United too, Andreu is a technically-gifted playmaker who could still provide a spark for some clubs.

Anthony Stokes

Moving to Livingston didn’t work out for Stokes and the former Celtic and Hibs star now finds himself back in the free agency market. He’s had a nomadic career since last leaving Hibs, a move to India recently floated as a potential new destination.

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