Vikash Dhorasoo's agent has confirmed that Bolton are one of the clubs interested in signing the French international.
Dhorasoo is currently without a club after an acrimonious falling out with Paris Saint Germain in October, which resulted in him being sacked.
Now a host of clubs are tracking the 33-year-old playmaker, with a move to England a definite option.
Bolton first showed an interest in the summer and Alain Migliaccio - the player's representative - has confirmed they are still interested in a possible deal.
"Bolton is still attracted, as are two other English sides," Migliaccio told France Football.
"But I know the English clubs well, even if they show an interest, that doesn't mean they will make a proposition to the player.
"We have contacts with several clubs. The only trouble is he can't get a contract with English, Spanish or Italian clubs before January.
"So we will take stock at the beginning of the winter transfer window. But Vikash will go on playing, that is for sure."
Le Havre, the club Dhorasoo began his career with, have expressed an interest - but Migliaccio says that is an unlikely scenario at this stage.
"There is 90 percent chance he will be abroad. He is attracted by Le Havre for a job after his career, but to play there, it is quite different.
"We haven't received any firm or definitive proposition yet. His sacking from PSG is not a problem. The only trouble is people think he is 33-year-old and he only played three or four matches during the last six months.
"Everyday I still ask myself how a club like PSG could play without Dhorasoo.
"They sacked him and no one has reacted. If you were to sack a player each time he opens his mouth, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho or Eto'o would have already known a lot of troubleÇª"