Motherwell midfielder Steven Jennings is attracting interest from south of the border, as he considers his future at Fir Park.
STV understands the Englishman is wanted by two clubs in the Championship, with the player able to leave Scotland for free at the end of the season.
Stuart McCall's side, who currently occupy third spot in the SPL, level on points with Rangers in second, are believed to be keen to hold onto the 27-year-old beyond the end of his contract in the summer.
The former Everton trainee is currently on bail from Merseyside Police, having been arrested last October accused of a gambling scam.
The move followed claims of "irregular betting patterns" in a Motherwell v Hearts fixture in December 2010, during which Jennings was shown a red card. He is due to answer bail for a second time in April.
Signed from Tranmere Rovers in 2009, he has made 98 appearances for Well, scoring three times.
Jennings has been a virtual ever-present in central midfield in 2011/12, playing in 30 of Motherwell's 39 games.