Chester City chairman Steve Vaughan has reiterated the club's interest in Danny Cadamarteri.
Released by Bradford City at the end of the season, Cadamarteri is eager to fix himself up for the new campaign and has now come under the scrutiny of Chester.
The League Two side admit they are considering an approach for the 26-year-old, who has struggled to ever live up to the expectations placed on him since breaking into Premiership consciousness as a youngster with Everton.
Cadamarteri was once rated as a top flight player to keep an eye on, having played over 100 games for the Goodison Park outfit.
However, it seems he could be plying his trade in League Two next term, depending on whether Chester elect to firm up initial interest.
''Danny is one of two or three options in the striking department that we are contemplating,'' Vaughan told the Liverpool Daily Post.
''We are certainly looking to add another forward to our squad, and as the player is available we are certainly giving him consideration.''
In other news, it has been reported that defender David Artell looks to be on his way out having been told he has no future at the club by Chester chief Mark Wright.