Ipswich manager Paul Jewell has opened the door for striker Jason Scotland to return to Swansea.
The 31-year-old Trinidad and Tobago international has fallen down the pecking order at Portman Road since Jewell took the reins following the departure of Roy Keane.
Scotland had two profitable seasons at the Liberty Stadium before joining Premier League outfit Wigan in 2009.
However, he failed to make the grade with the Latics and in 32 top-flight appearances only notched up one solitary goal.
Swans boss Brendan Rodgers is prepared to give him a second chance in the Championship and Jewell is now willing to let him leave.
"I spoke to Brendan Rodgers on Tuesday and told him that if Jason wanted to go there then they needed to match what we wanted - and we are not asking for any more than the player's wages," he said.
"I'm quite happy to keep Jason but I don't want to keep an unhappy player and if we let him go it would have to be on our terms.
"I don't want to leave us short but at the same time I don't want to keep someone who doesn't want to be here.
I will speak to Jason before the weekend to see what the situation is."