Defender Claude Davis has admitted he would be interested in rejoining Crystal Palace on a permanent basis in the summer.
The Jamaica international recently returned to parent club Derby County following a controversial loan spell at Selhurst Park.
Davis was banned for three games by the Football Association after becoming embroiled in an elbowing storm with Cardiff City's Roger Johnson.
However, despite leaving the Eagles under a cloud, the defender would be willing to return on a permanent basis.
"If the door is open I'd come back," Davis told the Croydon Guardian. "I enjoyed playing there and, if I get the chance to do so again, I'll take it.
"I'm still under contract at Derby, but you can never say what the future holds. If Derby don't want me, then I'll have to go somewhere where they do."