Marc Richards is to speak to Cheltenham but the striker admits he is in no rush to leave Port Vale.
Cheltenham activated a release clause in the player's contract when they bid £100,000 earlier this week.
The 26-year-old has impressed since arriving at Vale Park last summer from Barnsley and it would appear Cheltenham will have to offer lucrative terms if he is to be tempted from the Potteries.
He told The Sentinel: "My agent will go back to Cheltenham in the next couple of days to see what the script is there. At the moment, I'm completely settled at Vale and if Cheltenham haven't got anything positive to say then there will be no move.
"We've got a good thing going here at Vale - we've got a good team and we're looking to get promoted. I'd like to be part of that."
Vale chairman Bill Bratt is reluctant to let Richards leave and is of the opinion that the former Blackburn trainee is worth considerably more than the current £100,000 offer on the table.
He added: "We want Marc to stay and set us alight next season in League Two. We're very frustrated that clubs come in and try to take one of our players for peanuts. The offer is a third of what he is worth.
"You see other players being sold for between £300,000 and £500,000 who aren't a patch on Marc when he is fully fit."