Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says he is open to a return to the club for free agent Chris Eagles.
Eagles impressed at the end of last season after joining on a short-term deal. However, he rejected a contract in the summer amid rumours of interest elsewhere.
However, no move transpired and the 31 year-old free agent is currently training with the Valiants.
The ball is in his court. It is down to him, if he wants to come back and he wants to give it a go then we will give him the opportunity to do that…
Aspin told the media: “Everybody knows the rules, if you are out of the transfer window you can’t sign anybody on loan, you have to wait until January.
“So, you look around and you see of there are any players unattached who you could sign. Certainly pedigree wise, Chris Eagles is a player that we would obviously consider.
“I am not interested in what anybody has done previously. It is more, can they produce anything now. That is what I am interested in but he is a player that I would have at the club and it is definitely an opportunity for him if he wants to come.
“The ball is in his court. It is down to him, if he wants to come back and he wants to give it a go then we will give him the opportunity to do that.”
Eagles at the Vale…