Brendan Moloney of Northampton Town moves away with the ball from Lee Frecklington (R) of Rotherham United
Portsmouth, Lincoln City and Mansfield Town are all weighing up moves for Rotherham United star Lee Frecklington, HITC Sport understands.
Frecklington has established himself as a key player in the Rotherham side since joining from Peterborough in January 2013 after an initial successful loan spell.
Rotherham United manager Paul Warne looks on during the Sky Bet League One match between Rotherham United and Northampton Town
The attacking midfielder has scored three goals in 13 League One appearances so far this season and is regarded as one of the best performers in Paul Warne's side.
Frecklington is entering the final six months of his contract at Rotherham and the news has alerted a number of clubs to his possible availability.
Rotherham's League One rivals Portsmouth are keeping tabs on Frecklington's situation with Pompey boss Kenny Jackett an admirer of the player having worked with him during his short time in charge of the Millers.
Mansfield boss Steve Evans is also keen on being reunited with Frecklington as he looks to improve his squad to maintain their push for promotion from League Two this season.
Frecklington played a vital role under Evans in helping Rotherham to successive promotions from League Two to the Championship.
The 32-year-old's hometown club Lincoln are also looking to bring the midfielder back to the club where he started his career as Danny Cowley sees his quality and experience as improving his current squad.