Aston Villa midfielder Jordan Lyden is said to be attracting the attentions of a number of lower league clubs.
A Blackburn Rovers employee is said to have been present as Aston Villa's Under-23s won again on Monday night.
Jordan Lyden is yet to make a first-team appearance for Aston Villa this season.
One forgotten man at Villa Park is hoping to return to prominence in the coming weeks.
The youngster was introduced off the bench with half an hour to go and turned the game around as Aston Villa defeated Wolves.
Jordan Lyden, Andre Green and Keinan Davis could all benefit from a spell out on loan.
The Australian youngster is confident he can make it into the Aston Villa first-team when fit.
The fellow Australian has taken the young Villa star under his wing.
The 20-year-old midfielder put pen to paper on a two-year contract extension earlier this week.
Jordan Lyden recently signed a contract extension at Villa Park until June 2019.
Trevor Sinclair suggest Jordan Lyden's Aston Villa full debut was a 'forgettable occasion' for the youngster.
With Villa looking certain to drop down to the Championship, manager Remi Garde should resist the urge to spend in January and give these young players a chance to show their worth instead.
The midfielder might get a chance in the Villa first-team in the years to come.