Boubacar Sanogo is generating interest, but is no nearer to knowing where his long-term future will lie.
The Ivory Coast international has been deemed surplus to requirements by French outfit St Etienne and is free to move on this summer.
The Ligue 1 outfit are keen to get him off their wage bill and are open to offers.
One approach from SPL outfit Rangers is believed to have been knocked back by the player, as he is reluctant to turn out in the Scottish top flight.
He is now waiting on fresh bids, with reports suggesting that newly-promoted Dijon and Greek side PAOK Salonika are interested.
Sanogo has an impressive track record when it comes to plundering goals, with a productive spell in the German Bundesliga proving that he knows where the back of the net is.
He is hoping to be given the opportunity to make a fresh start in 2011/12, allowing him to get back to doing what he does best, and admits that he is aware of mounting interest in his services.
Sanogo said: "I have had contact with some clubs but, to be honest, all I want to do now is stay injury free and show my qualities to prospective employers."