Coventry City manager Micky Adams is rumoured to have made a move for Livingston defender David McNamee.
It is claimed the 25-year-old has a clause in his contract which will allow him to leave the relegated SPL side if a certain fee is offered, though the Sky Blues could face competition from Aberdeen and Hibernian for his services.
Adams' counterpart at Livingston, John Robertson, said: "David has been linked with a few clubs.
"Aberdeen and Hibs are both interested and Coventry had their manager here at the weekend. He's an international so he is bound to attract attention.
"We'll wait and see, but if they want him they'll have to come in and buy him. If not, he will be with us next season."
Adams, meanwhile has confirmed a new contract offer has been made to sign veteran Dennis Wise next season.
The 39-year-old has held talks over extending his stay following the expiry of his short-term deal after Sunday's 3-1 win over Cardiff City.
While Wise remains keen to return to management following a spell in charge of Millwall, he is happy to continue in a playing capacity at the Ricoh Arena until a job becomes available.
Adams said: "First of all, Dennis wants a manager's job, so we wish him luck in that quest but if he has not got fixed up, we have talked about him maybe coming back."