Troubled striker Nile Ranger is training with Championship side Rotherham United, the Sheffield Star reports.
Ironically, the 24-year-old's final appearance in a Tangerines shirt came against Rotherham in November 2014.
Ranger has only played 42 times since his release by Newcastle United three years ago, but will be handed a chance to impress new Millers boss Neil Warnock.
The Championship side are currently six points adrift of safety in 22nd place, and have failed to score more than once in each of their last five matches.
And having already brought in a new goalkeeper (Paddy Kenny), a new defender (Lloyd Doyley) and new midfielder (Jerome Thomas), it would appear that Warnock is now looking to add to his forward ranks.
Ranger returns to South Yorkshire after four years away, having helped Rotherham's rivals Sheffield Wednesday to promotion from League One.
He previously spent time on the other side of the metropolitan county with Barnsley.
Fans are not convinced about the move...
Rotherham looking to sign Nile Ranger? Have fun with that, hes a waste of oxygen— Chris Barsby (@Barsbeh) 25 February 2016
I thought Paddy Kenny was bad but Nile Ranger?— Jordan (@Jordan_Rufc) 25 February 2016
Neil Neil Neil, have a word with yourself ffs!! Nile Ranger is the worst possible kind of scrote! Sign him and relegation is guaranteed!— Mike Stephenson (@Stephenson87M) 25 February 2016
Nile Ranger and Clarke-Harris together is a recipe for disaster— Joe (@Joelongden4) 25 February 2016
Nile Ranger is reported to be training at Rotherham. We have reached peak Neil Warnock people.— Amitai Winehouse (@awinehouse1) 25 February 2016
Nile Ranger is believed to be training with Rotherham.— William Watt (@WillWatt) 25 February 2016
If in doubt, call Neil Warnock!
Nile Ranger on trial... It gets better— ads (@ads_lf) 25 February 2016
Nile Ranger was the best player on the pitch by a country mile when Swindon beat us 4-0 at NYS. However, that was in October 2013.— Josey Webb (@Joseywebb) 25 February 2016