The Scottish Premier League has confirmed that top-flight clubs will vote on a league reconstruction package on April 15.
Clubs are to vote on the plans to divide Scottish football into three leagues of 12-12-18, which would then split into 8-8-8-18 after 22 games.
The plans have previously been described as "convoluted" and Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor feels the plans may need some fine-tuning.
He said: "There is a lot of debate to go on yet and we will see how that goes. My concerns are for the fans. About 80-85% of what is there I really believe in: one league body, redistribution (of money), more competitiveness, but I do feel for the fans who are asked to buy a 22-match season-ticket.
"That it is short-changing them and I believe that long-term, if that resolution is not sorted, it could be the end of people buying season tickets. The fan is the most important person, not the clubs, not anything else and I do believe that considering what the fans are getting is really important.
"But it is good, healthy debate. I must stress that and everyone in that room is very positive to get a resolution, so it goes ahead quite possibly."
Information from the Press Association was used in this report