Plymouth Argyle have confirmed three bids are on the table for Bradley Wright-Phillips, but only one matches the club's valuation of the striker.
Wright-Phillips had appeared poised to join Reading last week until the Championship club pulled the plug on a deal due to concerns over a knee problem.
Blackpool had previously made an offer for Wright-Phillips and manager Ian Holloway has confirmed he is considering reviving his interest.
Rangers have also been linked with the forward, who is out of contract at the end of the season, and Plymouth's football consultant Peter Ridsdale confirmed there remains plenty of interest in the 25-year-old.
"There are three clubs who have made bids since last Tuesday," Ridsdale told The Herald. "One of them meets the value we have set for Bradley.
"That bid does require a player to leave the club concerned first if they are to go ahead with it.
"Two of the three bids are new to the table since last Tuesday.
"Bradley's market value is still there. Whatever problem he has got, it's only a short-term one.
"And presumably anybody wanting to sign him is intending to do so for a two or three-year period.
"We aren't going to roll over and let our players go on the cheap because, frankly, it doesn't solve our problems."