West Ham goalkeeper Marek Stech has revealed Championship rivals Burnley are keen on acquiring his services.
The 21-year-old Czech has been frozen out at Upton Park, primarily due to the impressive form of No.1 Rob Green.
Stech had been on loan at Yeovil Town earlier this season, but was recalled by manager Sam Allardyce as injury cover.
When asked which clubs want him on trial, he replied to isport.blesk.cz: "Ipswich Town, but more clubs have called me.
"Anyway, Burnley are keen to sign me. I've already played a game in their reserves.
"Two weeks ago they played at West Ham and I discussed it with their goalkeeper coach. He said there was interest.
"In January it would most likely be for a six-month loan. Then I would have one year left on my West Ham deal and at such situation you usually open talks over a new contract or move on."
The shot-stopper's future seems away from Upton Park with the club due to pay Sparta Prague a bonus if he makes five appearances.
Stech is unlikely to play for the Hammers again anytime soon and he is keen to move on and secure regular first-team football.
"I still can't play because of that money. It is unpleasant and has been going for a year. I'm trapped," he continued.
"(West Ham) don't have a reason to keep me because of the clause. Perhaps they might even be happier if I moved elsewhere.
"I don't want to mention the figure, but my feeling is it is not a big sum for West Ham.
"I think the fee is not too big and it makes me feel sorry because I like West Ham. This is my fifth season here and I have always been happy here."