Nottingham Forest midfielder Radoslaw Majewski could be relocated in the January transfer window, according to a report in the Huddersfield Examiner.
Majewski, who is currently on a season-long loan to Huddersfield, has not made the desired impact and has fallen out of contention of late.
The Polish international has played just once since Chris Powell arrived at the John Smith's Stadium back in September and it seems that his chances of breaking back into the first-team action are limited.
This is much to Majewski's disappointment, as he is said to be desperate to play and a move could be possible as a result.
Frustratingly for Forest there is a feeling that the 28-year-old could have been able to offer another option to their team, with his craft and guile missing from the midfield this season, but they are unable to recall him and utilise his talents themselves.
Their only option is to move him out to another side and hope that he makes more of an impression there.
Majewski's Forest career appears to be coming towards an end, as his contract at the City Ground expires in the summer, and he will be wanting to showcase his talents to ensure there is interest in his services before he becomes a free agent.