Hell is temporarily off as Ryan Noble's proposed season-long loan deal to Scottish Premier League side Hearts is dead.
It had been speculated earlier this week that Noble was a target of the Edinburgh based side, but with Noble not overly keen on the move and exploring other options in English football, Hearts manager John McGlynn declared his interest over;
It would be fair to say he's no longer an option.
It's been made clear that Noble's future lies elsewhere as the Academy Of Light gets set for a significant summer re-shuffle, with the likes of he, Adam Reed and Craig Lynch all set for the exit.
Noble must have heard of interest elsewhere as despite money problems at Hearts, a move to the Scottish Premier League would surely have held more appeal than League One or League Two football, where thus far in his career he's failed to make a significant impact on various loan deals.