Hamilton chairman Les Gray encourages Scottish Football League clubs to accept Scottish Premier League reform plans.
Rangers goalkeeper Blair Currie is to join Hamilton, who hope to retain St Johnstone striker Stevie May.
Hamilton chairman Les Gray is 'confident' SFL clubs will welcome the prospect of a merger with the SPL.
Dundee manager John Brown is confident of agreement as top-flight clubs consider play-offs and SPL2.
Fixtures, Results & Competitions
Cowdenbeath secure First Division safety and consign Dunfermline to a relegation play-off with victory over Hamilton.
Hamilton's Stevie May is the Irn Bru player and young player of the month for April in the Scottish Football League.
Hamilton move into fourth place in Division One as Morton suffer a hangover after missing out on the title.
Steven May's 23rd goal of the season seta up Hamilton's home win against Raith.
Hamilton are unable to repeat Saturday's win at Almondvale despite Livingston being reduced to 10 men.
Hamilton call a meeting of First Division clubs, with a second tier of the Scottish Premier League to be discussed.
Steven May scores a hat-trick for the second game running as Hamilton beat Livingston at Almondvale.
Dunfermline Athletic are excluded from the Scottish Cup until they pay gate money owed to Hamilton Accies.
Bottom side Airdrie suffer another relegation blow as they are hammered away to Hamilton Accies in Division One.
Dunfermline's misery continues with defeat by Hamilton, extending the Pars' winless run to 10 matches.
Manager Billy Reid leaves Hamilton Academical by mutual consent after almost eight years in charge.
Steven May bags a brace as Hamilton come from behind to beat Dumbarton at New Douglas Park.
Dumbarton claim a third straight win to move above Hamilton in the First Division table.
Livingston's First Division game at home to Hamilton Accies is postponed because of snow.
Falkirk suffer back-to-back defeats as they lose at home to Hamilton.
Partick Thistle maintain the pressure on First Division leaders Morton with victory against Hamilton.