Derby winger Lee Holmes has admitted he is interested in a loan move to Swindon.
Holmes, who is not part of Derby manager Billy Davies' plans for the immediate future, has been linked with a loan move away from Pride Park.
Huddersfield and Walsall are understood to be keen, but Holmes has been loaned out to Swindon before and would like to go back to The County Ground.
"I came down on Tuesday to have a chat with the manager and look at the game but there is still a lot to be sorted out," Holmes told the Swindon Advertiser.
"I have said it before but the way the fans treated me last time I was at Swindon makes the move an attractive option but there are still a few stumbling blocks to get over.
"Basically it is all pretty much out of my hands now. I know Derby and Swindon are talking and that they are trying to sort out a few issues between them.
"There are other clubs interested as well but like I said I am just waiting to hear for Derby and Swindon to sort things out."
Holmes saw Swindon lose 2-0 at home to Charlton in the Carling Cup in midweek but was impressed by the team's performance.
"I enjoyed it last time I was here (at the start of 2005) and from what I saw on Tuesday night, Paul Sturrock seems have a good side here," he explained.
"The whole squad is different from when I was here so I think the manager wanted me to come down and see what they were all about.
"It looks as though the manager has done a great job. I thought Swindon did really well and probably deserved something out of the game.
"I don't think anything will be sorted in time for the weekend but hopefully I will have more idea what is happening next week."