Chester City have revealed that League Two rivals Wrexham have made a five-figure bid for winger Kevin Ellison.
Wrexham are keen on Ellison as they bid to add attacking options in an attempt to push themselves away from league relegation danger.
Ellison is in his second spell with Chester after joining the club in the summer for an undisclosed fee from Tranmere.
The 28-year-old, who also spent the 2004/05 season at the Deva Stadium, has been a regular in manager Bobby Williamson's first-team plans this season.
However, Wrexham boss Brian Little wants to capture Ellison after the pair worked together at Tranmere.
Little signed Ellison during his time as Tranmere manager and he is hoping to again link up with the forward.
Chester, who currently sit 12th in League Two, are considering the bid.