Roda JC are eager to bring former loan star Frank Demouge back to the club on a permanent transfer from Bournemouth.
The 30-year-old striker left Dutch football for England last summer, but suffered an unfortunate injury early on in his Cherries career.
He was unable to make the desired impact after returning to full fitness and was allowed to link up with Roda for the second half of the 2012/13 campaign.
Demouge settled quickly back in the Eredivisie and did enough to convince Roda that he is deserving of a full-time contract.
They have yet to reach an agreement with Bournemouth for a player who will be due back for pre-season training on 1st July, but are optimistic regarding their chances of pushing through a move.
It had been reported that a failed medical had led to a delay in talks, but Roda's general director Marcel van den Bunder insists that is not the case.
He told Voetbal International: "That's nonsense. We haven't even tested him medically.
"We are in the waiting room for him. First he had to work things out with Bournemouth. Hopefully that will happen and after that we can start talks."
Demouge's agent Kees Ploegsma is also confident that transfer discussions will soon be held.
He said: "We will soon start up talks with the club about his future."