Northern Ireland international Liam Boyce is hoping to fix himself up with a new club in the New Year.
Boyce is looking for a fresh start after cancelling his contract at German giants Werder Bremen in October and would be a valuable asset for interested teams on a free transfer.
The 20-year-old decided to leave Bremen in search of regular action after failing to break into the German side's first-team.
The highly-rated forward joined from Cliftonville for an undisclosed fee last September after scoring 19 goals in his debut season in the Irish League and being named Northern Ireland football writers' player of the year as a teenager.
A number of clubs, including Oxford, Leyton Orient, Aldertshot and Kilmarnock are all thought to have expressed an interest.
Boyce admits he has been building up his fitness in a bid to find himself a new club as soon as possible.
"I have been working with a personal fitness trainer for the last few weeks and I am feeling great," he told skysports.com.
"I am ready to fix myself up with a new club and get back playing as soon as possible.
"I will see what offers come along and I will consider all my options."