Cheltenham Town have placed Brian Wilson on the transfer list after the player turned down a new contract.
The 23-year-old's contract at Whaddon Road is due to expire in the summer, and after declining the club's offer of a new deal, Robins boss John Ward has decided to circulate Wilson's name.
"Brian has turned down our latest offer and as a result, we have circulated his name to other clubs," Ward told the club's official website.
"We made Brian an excellent offer, but he has decided to turn it down, so we have no choice but to make him available for transfer, as he is out of contract in the summer."
The League One strugglers have already received enquiries for the former Stoke City player.
Ward, meanwhile, has agreed a deal with Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers to extend the loan of defender Keith Lowe for the rest of the season.
The 21-year-old has spent most of the current campaign with the Gloucestershire club, and he will now stay to assist The Robins in their quest to avoid a quick return to League Two.
"Keith can play anywhere along the back four and what I've tried to do is get some cover in to deal with the position, if Brian Wilson leaves us," he added.