Leeds defender Frazer Richardson is to consider an offer of a new deal before deciding his future.
Richardson's career has been the subject of speculation after dropping down the pecking order at Elland Road.
The 26-year-old has not started a game for Simon Grayson's side since January and Richardson's agent, Alex Black, is expecting the offer of a new deal from Leeds.
Richardson, who is Leeds' longest-serving player, will weigh up his options before making a decision on his future.
"It seems that there's going to be an offer from Leeds, although we're not sure of what level that will be at," Black told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
"Everything's a bit fresh at the moment because the season only finished on Thursday but I'm planning to sit down with Frazer in the next couple of days and see what's he's thinking. We'll then see what Leeds have to say.
"He's been there a long time and he's not desperate to leave by any means but he does need to make sure that he makes the right decision for his career.
"When we know where Leeds stand, we'll be able to properly assess the situation but we honestly haven't explored any other opportunities because Frazer has been totally focused on the last few months of the season. The first port of call is to see what comes from Leeds."