Leicester City midfielder Louis Dodds is wanted by several clubs as he considers his future at the Walkers Stadium.
Dodds has spent the season on loan at Lincoln City, but has been offered a new one-year deal by Leicester.
Lincoln are among the clubs keen on offering the youngster a fresh start and Dodds' agent Tam Byrne admits the player is weighing up his options.
Byrne told the Leicester Mercury: "Louis is at the age where he needs to be playing on a regular basis, but there is no guarantee that would happen if he stays where he is.
"So, if you were to ask me what are the chances of him remaining with Leicester, I would have to say it's doubtful, although you cannot rule anything out.
"After what he achieved with Lincoln last season, there have been a dozen clubs all wanting to be informed of his situation.
"I certainly think they have all been impressed with what they have seen from him.
"But, out of all the interested parties, Lincoln would certainly be the favourites to sign him, purely because, if you ask Louis, he really enjoyed his time there.
"He was playing regularly and he scored goals, and that will be a critical factor in any decision he makes."