Former England international David Dunn would be open to a summer switch to Accrington Stanley.
The 35-year-old, from Great, Harwood, confirmed this week that he would be leaving Blackburn Rovers this summer – and suggested the Store First Stadium could be his next port of call.
Dunn enjoyed two spells with Rovers, either side of a spell at Birmingham City.
He revealed Stanley are his ‘second team’ and said he has a ‘decent relationship’ with boss John Coleman and his assistant Jimmy Bell.
“I go and watch Accrington as much as I can – I would say they are probably my second team,” Dunn said.
“So why not, if the opportunity arose and it was right with everybody?
“I’ve got a decent relationship with John Coleman and Jimmy Bell so if it happens it’s something I’ll look at.
“Whether it is this time or next time, I don’t know – I’ve got to keep my options open and see what’s the best thing, for not just myself but my family as well.”