Skysports.com understands Leon Clarke could be set to leave Queens Park Rangers during this month's transfer window.
Clarke could be willing to move on in search of regular first-team football with the former Sheffield Wednesday player failing to hold down a regular place in Neil Warnock's starting XI this season.
With Rangers thought to be keen on bolstering their strikeforce this month having taken Benni McCarthy on trial, Clarke could find himself pushed further down the pecking order at Loftus Road.
A number of clubs in the Championship are believed to be watching Clarke's situation at QPR with the sides making enquiries about his availability during the last loan transfer window.
Clarke is now considering his options and if a club makes an attractive offer he could be interested in a move away from the Championship leaders.
Rangers could be willing to let Clarke move on if they bring in a couple of new forwards before the end of the month.