Sky Sports understands the future of Fleetwood Town right-back Shaun Beeley has yet to be decided with less than a month remaining of the current campaign.
His contract with the League Two big spenders ends at the end of June and it is thought several clubs are monitoring the situation.
The 24-year-old has been with Fleetwood since 2007 and has played over 200 matches for The Cod Army to help them rise from the non-league to play-off contenders this season. Beeley has figured in more games in the last three campaigns than any other Fleetwood player.
With another impressive season under his belt the former Oldham Athletic trainee will have plenty of admirers further up the football pyramid. It is understood that both parties are a long way from agreeing a deal.
Former Preston and Burnley stalwart Graham Alexander took over from Micky Mellon in December in a bid to make a push for automatic promotion but they appear to be falling short of the play-off places with just four games remaining.