Heart of Midlothian players are experiencing similar problems to last season as they seek the payment of their monthly wages.
A group of the Edinburgh clubâ€™s highest paid players are yet to receive their cash which was due on Monday which sees the Jambos revisiting the issues that encircled them during the 2011/12 Scottish season.
However, a statement on the clubâ€™s official website has made it clear that those players who missed out on their wages will be paid as soon as possible with a Hearts spokesman offering an apology to the senior stars who have not yet received their dues.
"Hearts today confirmed that the vast majority of its 45-man squad had been paid their salaries in full,â€ť read the statement.
"A small number of senior players were unpaid but will be paid shortly. The club has informed the affected players."
The spokesman added: "We have apologised to the small number of players affected by this short-term delay to their wage payments and we are grateful for their understanding on the matter.
"We expect the matter to be resolved once we receive a guaranteed income expected in the very near future."