Plymouth full-back Onismor Bhasera is in talks with Blackpool over a loan deal that will see him stay until the end of the season.
Argyle boss Peter Reid confirmed that the player had gone to the Premier League club to discuss terms, with the deal having the possibility of being made permanent in the summer.
The Zimbabwean has been a success since moving to Home Park on a free transfer in March, making 32 appearances and playing in a more advanced role on the left under Reid this season.
He scored his first goal for the club in spectacular fashion against MK Dons early in January, going on a 40-yard dash with the ball before smashing it into the roof of the net as he reached the penalty area.
"He's up there (Blackpool) at the moment," Reid told Plymouth's official website.
"From what I've been told the deal should go through. We get a fee on that as well, which helps what we're trying to do in terms of paying the tax man."