YEOVIL are believed to be poised to make a new bid for Accrington Stanley winger Gary Roberts.
Sources in the south reckon the League Two club will up their offer for the 22-year-old soon.
Yeovil did make two bids, the highest £50,000, for the wideman last month but said the deal was "a dead duck" two weeks ago.
However, it looks like their interest has been revived although they are chasing a number of possible targets, including Roberts.
After the initial bids, the Stanley player was trying to put all the furore behind him and concentrate on the Reds.
"I just want to get my head down and work hard now. It is my first time in the league and I am really looking forward to it," he said.
But it looks like there has been renewed interest after the former Welshpool player was voted Man of the Match in Stanley's two high profile friendlies against Burnley and Blackburn, with Stanley losing 3-0 to the Premiership opposition on Wednesday night.
Manager John Coleman compared the winger to a football legend after he returned to the pitch against the Premier side in the second half after playing the first half.
"Gary Roberts was like Maradona when he came on in the second half," laughed the boss after he handed Roberts a free role following a thigh injury to Andy Mangan and Roberts took his chance to run at the Premier defence.
And Roberts admitted it was enjoyable to play against a strong Rovers side full of multi-million pound players and internationals despite the score.
"It was a very hard game," said the winger. "We had an idea they would put a strong side out but you expect to see those names on Match of the Day not on a team-sheet! It was intimidating as they are a great side but they are only human.
"The gaffer had a go at half-time but you have got to realise they are three leagues above us and you only have to look at how strong and fit they are.
"For players like ourselves, who want to get there to the top, you have got to match those kind of players."
Coleman will not want the in-form wideman to leave as he is determined to have his settled squad for next season by the time the side make the pre-season trip to Scotland at the end of July.
He has said he wants another four or five players - including a goalkeeper - and may have another look at the likes of Reading's Simeon Howell, ex-Rover Joel Byrom, former Everton trainee Jay Harris and one-time Halifax goalkeeper Ian Dunbavin next week in Stanley's two friendlies.
The Reds travel to Conference side Northwich on Tuesday (ko 7.45pm) and then face their annual friendly against League One side Blackpool, who could include ex-Red Rory Prendergast in their side, at home on Wednesday (ko 7.45pm).
"I am getting closer to sorting out my squad now but there is no gun being held to my head," said Coleman, who also featured ex-Paris St Germain striker Steve Guillerme against Rovers. "We have two games next week and hopefully, after the second game, I will know what squad I will be taking to Scotland with me."
Goalkeeper Rob Elliot, set to sign a season-long loan deal from Charlton Athletic, is expecting a good season from the Reds and he knows whoever Coleman signs, will be quality.
"All the lads here are good players, whether they get contracts or not, and are young players. The gaffer likes young players, they are open-minded and you can start playing football. You don't want to come into League Two and start playing the long ball like some teams do. You want to play entertaining football and I think that is way to go. It will be exciting.
"Personally, I know I need to play better. I thought last season I could have played better so I want to work on that and get my head round it all. Everyone is confident though and, after last season, we just want to get going again."
Meanwhile Coleman has confirmed that defender Andy Tretton will be seeing a specialist this week. Last season's summer signing has struggled with injury since he came to Stanley and Coleman admitted the defender is suffering.
"He is seeing a specialist this week. It is frustrating for Andy and it has been hard for him," added the boss.