Plymouth are lining up a move for Charlton midfielder Therry Racon, skysports.com understands.
The Addicks are expected to lose a number of top players following their relegation and Racon could be the first of many to depart the Valley.
Racon moved to The Valley from Guingamp in 2007 and it was only last season that he firmly established himself in the first team.
The Guadeloupe international scored three goals last season, including a memorable strike against Plymouth which has not been forgotten by Pilgrims boss Paul Sturrock.
Sturrock is thought to be an admirer of the 25-year-old and is hoping to land the midfielder in a cut-price deal from cash-strapped Charlton.