Former Bristol Rovers striker Darryl Duffy has welcomed interest from League One outfit Carlisle.
The 27-year-old is currently a free agent after having been released by the Pirates following their relegation from League One.
Duffy, who was on loan at SPL side Hibernian last season, made eight appearances for the Cumbrians during a two-month loan spell at Brunton Park in February 2010.
The current Johnstone Paint Trophy champions have been heavily linked with bringing Duffy back on a permanent basis this summer and he told skysports.com he would jump at the chance to again work with Greg Abbott.
"I really enjoyed my time at Carlisle, despite playing with an injury for a large part of my stay," he said.
"I tore my hamstring during my third game for them, but I didn't realise until four or five games after it, so playing with a torn hamstring did limit my performances somewhat.
"However, at the same time I really enjoyed working with Greg Abbott and the lads there, especially getting the chance to go to Wembley with them for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final.
"They will probably be looking to build on what they have achieved this season, especially league-wise, with them looking at the play-offs again and hopefully making a decent fist of retaining the Johnstone Paint Trophy.
"That would be something great for me to be part of and I'd love to go back there, but as a free agent I would be open to anything at the moment.
"Any interest is good interest for me, but hopefully things will start moving in the next few weeks as clubs start to prepare for next season."