Former Manchester United youngster Febian Brandy is attracting interest from a number of clubs, with the free agent keen to fix himself up, HITC Sport understands from sources close to a potential deal.
Brandy is a free agent after leaving Rochdale at the end of last season following a short stay at Spotland.
The 26-year-old started his career at United but failed to feature for the Old Trafford giants and was loaned to Swansea City, Hereford United and Gillingham.
The attacker left Old Trafford for Notts County in 2011 and, after a short spell in Greece, he returned to England in 2012 with Walsall and enjoyed his most productive season to date with seven goals 34 games.
His form at Walsall earned Brandy a move to Sheffield United, but a change in management saw the player drop out of favour and he returned to Walsall on loan before joining Rotherham United last summer.
Brandy made one appearance for Rotherham and was loaned out to Crewe Alexandra before joining Rochdale on a short-term deal in January.
The former England Under-20 international is determined to get his career back on track, and Oldham, Yeovil and York City have all expressed an interest in his services.