Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has admitted he is considering a second bid to sign Plymouth striker Bradley Wright-Phillips.
The Tangerines saw a bid rejected for Wright-Phillips earlier this month as Holloway looks to bolster his attacking options in this month's transfer window.
Wright-Phillips seemed to be on his way to Reading after Plymouth accepted a bid from the Championship club for the League One top goalscorer.
However, the move fell through after problems arose over Wright-Phillips' medical and now Blackpool could come back in for the former Southampton man.
"I might go back for him," said Holloway. "I've spoken to Karl Oyston about it.
"Now the Reading move has fallen through we can pick it up again."