Norwich boss Paul Lambert has revealed that Jamie Cureton is mulling over a loan switch.
The experienced striker has slipped down the pecking order at Carrow Road and has not featured in any of the Canaries' last 14 matches.
His last appearance came in a Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie against Swindon in November.
That has forced the 34-year-old to weigh up his options and, with Gillingham reported to be keen on acquiring his services on a short-term deal, Lambert has admitted that he may decide to move on before the winter transfer window slams shut.
"There has been one club I know have inquired about him but the decision is in Jamie's hands at the minute," Lambert said in the Pink'un.
"Jamie knows, he's been fine. There's not long to go before the window shuts."
Cureton, who joined Norwich from Colchester in 2007, is set to be out of contract at the end of the season and is desperate for games as he enters the latter stages of his career.
"This is his last year, as he knows, and he's got to get playing football for his own sake as well," added Lambert.
"You've got to think for the long term and what direction the club will go in.
"Cody (McDonald) needed games, he's been about the first team. Dan Kelly was on the bench the other night. He needs games as well. Those lads are ahead of Jamie at the minute.
"You can't keep everybody happy every single time.
"Jamie's been totally fine. I've not had one bit of a problem with him. It's just hard because you can only pick so many players to play in a game."