Bradford City boss Colin Todd has revealed Jamaica international midfielder Jermaine Johnson is available at the right price.
Todd believes a player of Johnson's ability is always going to attract interest, however, The Bantams are not willing to let him leave Valley Parade on the cheap.
The former Bolton man has been a virtual ever-present for Bradford this term, netting four League One goals from his 25 league appearances.
"JJ will have interest. One of the reasons I brought him in is that he has ability and he is going to attract a lot of attention," Todd told the Telegraph and Argus.
"At this club it's fair to say that if any offers come in, and they are the right offers, then they have to be taken. But I am not saying anything is going to happen."
One player who could be coming back to Bradford is Tommy Black. The Crystal Palace man returned to Selhurst Park due to injury, but is nearing a playing return.
"I'm trying to resurrect that one now he's coming back to fitness," he continued. "He got off to an horrendous start at Oldham in terms of being taken off after 30 minutes."
Meanwhile, Todd says it is business as usual with the West Yorkshire outfit after he eased the pressure on himself with a 1-0 win over Port Vale last weekend.
"I'm manager of a football team and I am just getting on with my job. That's all I can do and I've got a group of players who are responding."