He's unemployed and has been for some time, with a tarnished reputation. If it's true we are interested we will offer him the going rate I suspect, maybe a bit more to account for his previous pedigree. We won't break any club wage structure to get him, I am sure of that. He won't get an offer from anywhere else that's as good as ours with the potential we have going forward I reckon. So he can take it or continue being unemployed. If we go up he's playing for the biggest club outside the premier league at the start of a journey, under new very wealthy owners that could be the stage for his redemption as a player. I think as fans we underestimate the power of clubs in getting value for money from these players, yes they hold a lot of power but currently for unemployed players it's a buyer's market in these difficult times so I don't think many clubs will be running around with a blank cheque mentality when trying to sign them up.