Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett has confirmed - in comments carried by the club's official Twitter account - that Tommy Rowe could leave Molineux on loan.
Rowe is yet to make a league appearance for Wolves this season, having missed much of pre-season with injury, and Jackett feels that he needs to get up to speed elsewhere.
The versatile 27-year-old has an unnamed League One club interested in signing him, and Jackett says that a deal could be announced imminently.
Gaffer also says Tommy Rowe could be set to join a League One club on loan to get some matches.— Wolves (@OfficialWolves) October 1, 2015
Rowe has struggled ever since moving to Wolves in 2014, and he is yet to show his best form at the Midlands club.
The left-sided player played just 14 times last term, in an injury-disrupted campaign, and he seems to have fallen even further down the pecking order over the summer months.
Rowe has shown during his time at Peterborough United that he can be a stand-out player at Championship level, but he needs to get some rhythm back into his play.
As a result, the hard-working wide-man will be hoping that his loan move can be a successful one, and help him to force his way back into starting contention at Wolves.