Blackpool and Leeds are lining up moves for Alan Gow following the collapse of his switch to Wolves, skysports.com understands.
Rangers forward Gow saw his move to Championship leaders Wolves fall through on Friday after the Molineux outfit found a problem in his medical.
Gow is believed to be struggling with a hip problem and Wolves were not prepared to push through a permanent deal as a result of the injury.
It is understood the injury is not serious and that the 26-year-old would be able to play through the pain barrier with the problem.
The news has alerted Blackpool and Leeds who were both interested in signing Gow before the Wolves deal fell through.
Blackpool had agreed a deal with Rangers prior to the bid from Wolves following Gow's successful loan spell at Bloomfield Road and they are thought to be exploring the option of taking the former Falkirk ace back on loan until the end of the season.
Leeds boss Simon Grayson is a big admirer of Gow having signed him during his time in charge of Blackpool and he is thought to be keen to bring the skilful attacker to Elland Road to bolster their promotion bid.