The agent of Nicklas Helenius has suggested that the Aston Villa striker could go back to Danish club Aalborg BK, although he is set to be given an opportunity to stake a claim in Paul Lambert's team during the final few weeks of the season.
The 22-year-old could be used as Aston Villa's main striker following injuries to Christian Benteke and Libor Kozak.
Since his move from Aalborg BK in the summer, the Denmark international has struggled to get in the first team with only six appearances for Villa in all competitions.
He scored his only goal for Villa when they lost to Sheffield United in the FA Cup.
His agent, Mads Bach Lund, has suggested he would not hestiate to look at other clubs for the Villa forward.
Helenius' agent, told Danish newspaper BT: "If, after the last few games in the Premier League he is told that he must find something else, then a club like Aalborg will be very interesting for Nicklas."