Skysports.com understands Hull City striker Daniel Cousin is considering a move away from the KC Stadium.
The former Rangers man has found himself out of the picture at Hull this season after making just two brief appearances this term.
A number of clubs are thought to be lining up moves for Cousin, who scored a number of key goals for Hull last season, including the winner in the famous victory over Arsenal.
The player's agent, Willie McKay, confirmed Cousin may have no choice but to leave Hull in search of regular first-team football.
"Unfortunately Daniel is not figuring for Hull at the minute and like every player he just wants to be playing," said McKay.
"Daniel is a good professional and he is working hard in training, but it appears he is being frozen out of things.
"I have some options for Daniel if Hull decide they do not want to keep him.
"One of those options could be for Hull to pay up the remainder of his contract and let him leave.
"If Daniel does leave he would like to stay in the UK as he enjoys the football here."
Burnley tried to sign Cousin during the summer transfer window, but the move failed to materialise.
McKay admitted the involvement of third parties in the move saw the deal scuppered.
"Burnley were keen on signing Daniel in August, but unfortunately the involvement of third parties in the deal saw the move fall through," added McKay.