A host of clubs are monitoring Danny Coid's situation at Blackpool, skysports.com understands.
Coid, who is the club's longest serving player, is out of contract in the summer and as yet no new deal has been agreed.
Despite being only 27, Coid has a wealth of experience having played in all three divisions for Blackpool.
Coid, who can play at right or left-back, is in his testimonial year at Bloomfield Road and is a big fans' favourite at the club.
The defender's versatility and experience as well as his possible free transfer status makes Coid an attractive proposition for a number of a clubs.
Championship duo Plymouth and Doncaster are both thought to be keeping tabs on Coid's contract situation as they look to bolster their squads for next season.
League One promotion hopefuls Leicester are believed to be tracking Coid as they prepare for life back in the Championship and with big clubs hovering over star asset Joe Mattock they could be in the market for a new left-back.
Tranmere boss Ronnie Moore is also thought to be a big fan of Coid and would be keen to lure him to Prenton Park if he became available.