Portsmouth's Hungarian striker Marko Futacs could leave the club on loan, according to the player's agent.
The promising 21-year-old has been restricted to five substitute appearances in the Championship this season.
Pompey are four points clear of the relegation zone and Futacs' agent Vladan Filipovics accepts recently installed manager Michael Appleton needs to field his strongest side.
However, Fuctas is eager to play and Filipovics hopes the Under-21 international will be allowed to leave on loan and bolster his first-team experience elsewhere.
"Marko Futacs has received positive feedback from the club, they're relying on him in the long term," Filipovics told NSO.
"But at the moment the team has to achieve the best possible results, so they won't want to experiment.
"Marko needs to be playing football as much as possible, so if his situation doesn't change then it's likely the club will let him go on loan.
"So far I don't know where or for how long, maybe until the end of the season."