Lincoln boss Peter Jackson admits he may offer a permanent deal to veteran front-man Geoff Horsfield.
The much-travelled striker has been training with the League Two club after recently being given the all-clear following a testicular cancer operation.
The 35-year-old has left a positive impression on the coaching staff at Sincil Bank, and Jackson has made no secret of his desire to bolster his attacking options over the coming weeks.
"Everyone knows I'm looking for a striker and there's no better, bigger and stronger striker around at the moment on a free transfer than Geoff Horsfield," the Imps boss told the club's official website.
"I know he's 35 but watching him train it's clear that he's still keen, enthusiastic and could be just what we're looking for.
"When you think his transfer valuation over the course of his career is over £7million it tells you that you've got a class player on your hands, but the main thing at his age is that you're and enthusiastic and Geoff seems to be.
"He hadn't kicked a ball in nine weeks before he joined us but I'm delighted to have him with us. He enjoyed his first week here so we'll wait and see what happens over the course of the next couple of weeks or so."