Nigeria international striker Peter Odemwingie is keen to find a route back into football following an inactive six months.
The 35-year-old, who spent three months on loan at Championship club Bristol City last season, was released by Stoke City in the summer.
But the free agent, who has not played competitively since scoring twice in seven appearances for The Robins, believes he still has plenty to offer.
Odemwingie was offered a brief lifeline by Hull City in July, featuring in three of the Tigers’ pre-season friendlies during a fortnight of training in the summer. But manager Steve Bruce’s departure meant the deal was off.
Odemwingie started his European career at modest Belgian outfit La Louviere before notable spells at French club Lille and Russian side Lokomotiv Moscow.