Record Sport understands the Northern Irishman is open to discussing the position with Hampden chiefs.
It's the showpiece youth event in Scotland and should be a cracking match.
Supporters have been told they could miss the big games due to roadworks if they don't leave plenty of time for their journey.
The four sides head to Hampden next month looking to secure their place in the first final of the Scottish season.
The Hoops secured smooth passage to the penultimate round with a 4-0 trouncing of Dundee on Wednesday while Rangers battled to an extra-time victory over Partick Thistle the night before.
Keith Jackson, Anthony Haggerty and Michael Gannon make their fearless predictions ahead of the the big matches.
THE derby rivals are set to square off for the second time this season and it was the Hoops who came out on top when they thrashed their rivals 5-1 in September.
THE Sunday Mail’s top columnist wades into the row that refuses to go away and calls on Scottish football bosses to get tough with the clubs.
DETECTIVES are asking for the public to get in touch to help them track down eight people they want to speak to in connection with the disorder on pitch.
A JUDGE said ex-SFA coach Greg Binnie would be better off using his coaching talent to help the community after he invaded the pitch during shameful scenes at Hampden last month.
THE 25-year-old – who was assaulted during the pitch invasion – wants the Easter Road club taken to task as he becomes first Ibrox star to speak out.
DARREN McDonald, from Northern Ireland, was one of several people pictured scrapping on the Hampden pitch as the showpiece final ended in violence.
SFA chief Stewart Regan confirmed the move today after rival fans clashed on the Hampden turf after Saturday's showpiece event.
AN injury-time winner from skipper David Gray sealed the Leith club's first tournament win since 1902, but it was ugly scenes on the full time whistle that stole the headlines.
VETERAN Hibee Sam Martinez is desperate to see his side end their 114-year Scottish Cup drought when they take on Rangers in showpiece match.
STADIUM chiefs to relay surface only FIVE weeks after putting down a new pitch for the League Cup Final.
THE lower league showpiece is at the national stadium for the first time with an almost sell-out crowd expected.
KEEPER Mark Oxley was booked for time-wasting but boss Stubbs was furious with ref Stephen Finnie because Oxley had lost his contact lens and couldn’t see.
WEATHER takes its toll on National Stadium and leaves pitch bare and heavily-sanded with less than THREE weeks to go before showpiece clash.
CRAIG SWAN delivers his report on the final whistle as the Bairns stunned the Hibees to reach their second final in the past six years.
LOOK back on our live coverage as Hibs take on Berwick in their quarter final clash in Edinburgh.