Hill left Ibrox in June after just one season at Rangers.
Rangers fans are urging Chesterfield to hand Clint Hill a contract after the former Ibrox favourite joined the English side for training.
Chesterfield boss Gary Caldwell - formerly of Rangers' Old Firm rivals Celtic - confirmed the news via the club's Twitter account on Monday, adding he would 'consider signing any player of Hill's quality'.
GC: "Clint Hill has trained with us today, we'll see what happens. I'd consider any player of his quality."— Chesterfield FC (@ChesterfieldFC) 7 August 2017
Though Hill was released by Rangers earlier this summer, most consider his season at Ibrox to have been a success.
The 38-year-old appeared 30 times for the Scottish giants, across all competitions, and ended the campaign as the club's fourth top scorer with six goals - one of which arrived during March's 1-1 draw at Celtic Park.
And Rangers fans have made no secret of their desire to see Hill return to football - with one even promising to visit him at Chesterfield if he's handed a contract.
Former Rangers defender Clint Hill
Here's what they've been saying on social media...
Give him a contract— Rangers Culture (@RangersCulture) 7 August 2017
To anyone saying "Ah but is he too old?" we thought the same, turned out to be our best defender, and even scored against Celtic.— Ibrox Loyal (@IL_Official) 7 August 2017
Give him a contract , mans different class and we will come down see him— Alan Rutherford (@AlanRutherford1) 7 August 2017
Top pro and top man, hope he gets a contract! (Please take care of him if he does!)— Kirsten ️ (@Kirsten93_) 7 August 2017
Sir Clint of Hill
I don't know one rangers fan that wanted him to go he was one of our best players last year— steven wright (@bigstevo87rfc) 7 August 2017
A total professional that gives everything. You will have no regrets. Balls of steel— RangersLSouthAmerica (@RangersLoyalSA) 7 August 2017
You're mad if you don't offer him a contract!— Mellie ⚓️ (@AhoyMelliiee) 7 August 2017
Sign him up, we Rangers fans loved him and were sorry to see him go - plays with the heart and steadied those around him.— alan brown (@dannabrown) 7 August 2017
Done a fantastic job at my club last season! In fact I would have been happy to keep him another year as cover! Solid and steady— Garry McLean (@RFCGR7) 7 August 2017
You shouldn't even wonder if you should take him. ....beg him to choose your club!— martin chainani (@martinyemi) 7 August 2017
I would have him back at Ibrox in a heartbeat, he is an inspiration to all the way he handles himself and wears his on his sleeve— James McAlpine (@WeeJangabear) 7 August 2017