Coventry City defender Jack Grimmer is talking to clubs in Scotland.
The defender was one of the heroes of City's League Two campaign which saw them promoted via the play-offs,.
However, this season, he was been dumped to the role of a bit part player after Dujon Sterling was brought in on loan from Chelsea.
Grimmer, who is out of contract on June 30th told The Sunday Post: “Last season was a dream but the difference between that and this season has been like night and day.
It’s something that I’ve had to deal with and I’ve tried to just keep my head down and work hard.
“But I can’t wait for next season, so I can get a fresh start and hit the ground running.”
“I’ve had talks with a few clubs in Scotland, actually.
“And when you see the pathway that Sparky ( Marc McNulty ) has taken, going to Hibs and getting international recognition, it looks attractive.
“You can’t get away from the fact that there are huge clubs in Scotland.
“The fan bases, the games you play in, the big crowds, you can’t overlook that. I am looking at it.
“But it’s the same for me as anyone else. You have to weigh up your options. Family and other things come into it as well.
“But it’s definitely something I’m looking at, given how well it has worked for Sparky.
“It crossed my mind the other day when I was thinking about moving back to Scotland that I’ve been in England for seven years now, which is crazy.
“But it would be nice to walk into a shop and hear a Scottish accent again, that’s for sure!”