Huddersfield defender Andy Butler would welcome the opportunity to return to his former club Scunthorpe.
The 26-year-old penned a three-year deal at the Galpharm Stadium in 2008 but has been made available for transfer by Terriers boss Lee Clark.
And Butler admits he would be keen to rejoin the Iron after coming up through the ranks at Glanford Park.
"Scunthorpe have always been close to me because I grew up there and I still speak to some of the boys," Butler told the Huddersfield Examiner.
"I'm not going to start saying too much because whether anything happens is up to (Scunthorpe manager) Nigel (Adkins), but obviously if the chance to go back came along it's something I'd be interested in.
"I miss certain people and fooling around with people I grew up with, so in that way it has been tough.
"It was my home for want of a better word and if Scunthorpe had been able to match financially what I was offered at Huddersfield, I would have stayed.
"It was difficult to leave but sometimes you have to move on, even though Huddersfield has not turned out to be the best move.
"But I know I have to stand by my choices and get on with things. Football is a funny game and you never know what is going to happen."
Meanwhile, young Scunthorpe striker Matt Godden has penned a new one-year deal with the club after impressing away on loan.
The 19-year-old, a product of the Iron's youth system, completed his first professional season with the outfit last term.
Godden has yet to make a first-team appearance for Adkins' side, but made an impact during loan spells with Brigg Town and Ilkeston Town, as well as scoring 10 goals for the reserve team.