West Brom target Darren Carter will hold talks with Birmingham manager Steve Bruce before deciding on his future.
The midfielder has been the subject of a bid from Albion manager Bryan Robson - who was Carter's hero as a youngster.
Bruce insisted the Baggies offer - believed to be around £1.6 million - has not met Blues' valuation.
Birmingham-born Carter said: "To be honest, the first I heard about it [West Brom's interest] was when I read of it in the papers and people then started calling me.
"I'll speak to the gaffer and see what he says and what his plans are for me. I'll then take things from there when I know more myself."
Robbie Savage has revealed he wants to come out of international retirement and end his feud with Wales boss John Toshack.
The Blackburn midfielder has claimed he could play on until 2010 for the national team.
Savage quit Wales in March after a telephone row with new boss Toshack, who told him he would not be involved in two World Cup games against Austria. He now regrets that and said: "I know now I shouldn't have reacted as I did.
"I've got 39 caps and I don't want to tell my little boy Charlie as he grows up that I could have made a lot more but I cut my career short because of my temper."
The 30-year-old could now return for the Millennium Stadium clash with England on September 3.
He added: "I believe I can go on for another four or five years yet and that's what I really want to do."