Yeovil Town have made a contract offer to former Swansea City attacker Lee Trundle.
The 33-year-old left Bristol City at the end of last month and has also been linked with a move to Yeovil's npower League One rivals Swindon Town and Charlton Athletic.
Trundle spent most of the 2009-10 season on loan at Swansea, but chose not to accept a coaching deal at the Liberty Stadium.
Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton confirmed the pair had been in contact but conceded he was likely to face stiff competition for Trundle's signature.
"We have spoken," said Skiverton. "He is a Championship-type player and two years ago he was worth around £1million.
"We have made an offer to him, he is mulling it over, but there will be Championship clubs interested in him and we will have to wait and see."
Former Ipswich Town man Ed Upson became Skiverton's fourth signing of the week yesterday when he signed a two-year deal at Huish Park.
The midfielder left Portman Road last month, having played twice for Ipswich last season. He also made nine appearances on loan at Barnet.
Skiverton confirmed ex-Brighton defender Adam Virgo was training with the Glovers, along with former Huddersfield and Bradford City keeper Matt Glennon.
Skiverton said: "Adam is training with us and we are having a look at him. I have played a lot against Adam. I know a lot about the calibre of what he has got and it is seeing if he fits within the criteria we are looking for."