Sheffield Wednesday have expressed an interest in signing Motherwell midfielder Steven Jennings on a free transfer.
The out-of-contract player has been offered a new deal to stay with next season's Champions League qualifiers participants, having originally signed from Tranmere Rovers in 2009.
Jennings is currently weighing up his options having been offered a two-year contract to remain in Scotland, while also being aware of a number of clubs in the Championship and League One considering him as a signing target.
STV understands that Wednesday boss Dave Jones will consider the 27-year-old as he attempts to bolster his squad for their return to the Championship following promotion this season.
Jennings has made 107 appearances for Motherwell and was used 37 times by Stuart McCall in the 2011/12 campaign as the Steelmen finished third in the Scottish Premier League.
Fellow midfielder Keith Lasley committed his future to the club last week, joining Stevie Hammell in signing a new contract. Defender Tim Clancy, however, looks set to leave with Hibernian a possible destination.
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