James Wesolowski is looking to leave Leicester City and admits he would be open to joining Hamilton permanently.
The 22-year-old Australian is well down the pecking order at the Walkers Stadium and is currently on loan in the SPL with Accies.
Although Wesolowski has one year left on his Foxes deal he has been told he is not part of the club's plans and is now looking to move on.
He hopes Leicester do not demand much for his services, if anything, as he is now keen to secure regular football elsewhere than with the Championship club.
Not in the picture
"I'm going into the final year of my contract at Leicester and the manager has made it clear I'm not in his plans," he told the Evening Times.
"I don't think Leicester can ask for much money for me and they may even come to some sort of arrangement to allow me to go on a free.
"I will need to talk with them at the end of the season and see what my situation is.
"But I need to look elsewhere for football next season and the option to come back to Hamilton is a really tempting one.
"I've really enjoyed my season here and I like everything about the club. We've done well, but I've got a feeling it's just the start of things.
"Billy Reid is an excellent manager who has proved he can make a very strong side on a tight budget. With a bit of ambition we could aim even higher next year."
Meanwhile, Reid wants to keep on-loan defender Brian Easton beyond the end of the term following Burnley's relegation from the Premier League.
Easton joined the Clarets from the Accies last summer for £350,000, but has failed to keep a first-team place and returned on loan in January.
Reid said of the 22-year-old: "Would we like him to come back here next season? You bet we would. He has been a big player and I know his qualities."