A claim for a winning £58m lottery ticket is being looked at on the 11th hour.
The EuroMillions ticket, bought in South Ayrshire, has been left unclaimed since March.
Its owner had until midnight on Sunday to come forward.
But Camelot has now confirmed they are finalising the validation of a claim made for the life changing windfall.
A statement released on Monday said: “We can confirm that we are currently finalising the validation of a claim made on this prize and are in the process of arranging for payment to be made to the ticket-holder.
“Once the prize has been fully validated and paid, we’ll issue confirmation of that – but there will be no further updates before then.
“Please note that we don’t comment on the details of individual prize claims and that, unless the winner of a major National Lottery prize opts to take publicity and signs an agreement to that effect, no further information can be released about their win.”