One thirtysome-thing in central midfield is clearly enough for Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Glenn Hoddle who has told Colin Cameron he can leave the club in the next two weeks.
After 38-year-old Paul Ince made a successful return to the side in Wolves' last match - a 2-1 win over Luton in which he scored the winner - Hoddle has decided he can do without the services of the former Scotland international and informed both player and agent that they are free to find alternative employment.
"Glenn Hoddle informed us that he can leave the club," confirmed Cameron's representative Jim McArthur. "They're willing to let him leave on a free transfer if he can find himself another club this month.
"If not, Colin will continue to fight for his place at Molineux. There are a number of Championship clubs and some Scottish sides who are interested in Colin."
One such is believed to be Wanderers' former manager, Dave Jones, who has guided Cardiff City to eighth place in The Championship but who is likely to find competition from Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United.
Cameron joined Wolves for £1.75 million from Hearts four-and-a-half years ago, and was an integral part of the team which secured promotion to the Premiership via the 2003 play-offs.
He has, however, fallen victim to the emergence of 17-year-old Mark Davies and new signing Denes Rosa and even if he does not leave this month he is certain to move on at the end of the season.
Another man on his way out of Molineux is striker Vio Ganea, also by the end of the month, but the 32-year-old is likely to remain in England.
The Romania international, will also be out of contract in the summer and according to his agent there is interest again from Leeds and Cardiff but also from Coventry City.
Agent Gary Williams said: "Ganea will leave Wolves at the end of the month, moving on to Leeds United, Cardiff or Coventry. Wolves don't want to extend his contract which expires in July. The player say he wants to remain in England, because his family have settled very well here."
And speculation is mounting that Kenny Miller may move, with Celtic apparently being the chief suitors.
Miller's agent admits the striker would be interested in the move - even though it would mean crossing the Glasgow divide.
Miller left Rangers four years ago and would be the first player since Maurice Johnston to play for both halves of the Old Firm.
His agent David Baldwin said: "They [Celtic] are top of the league and that means a shot at the Champions League. What player doesn't want to play at that level?
"There are a lot of clubs interested in Kenny."
Baldwin denied that the clubs had agreed a loan deal for the player.
Meanwhile Friday evening's victory over Mike Newell's men may not have been attractive, but according to Mark Kennedy, for Wolves it was something of a reversal of fortunes.
Kennedy, who has missed just three of Wolves' fixtures this season, said: "It's nice to win ugly for a change because for most of the season we've played some nice football and not got the results. The gaffer will be really pleased.
"They play a rigid 4-4-2 and are not the prettiest team in the world but are very effective."