Liverpool midfielder Boudewijn Zenden is being linked with a summer switch to PSV Eindhoven after enduring an injury-ravaged time at Anfield.
PSV coach Ronald Koeman has admitted he is interested in bringing the 30-year-old back to the club where he started his career.
"Zenden is a good player with a lot of experience and we want to increase the amount of Dutch players," he said.
"He has a warm feeling for PSV. We are really looking for these types of guys."
Zenden has also not ruled out a return to his homeland, telling the Daily Echo: "I had a fantastic time at PSV.
"But I am not sure I have finished my job abroad to return to the Netherlands."
Zenden has made only 17 Premiership appearances since moving to Merseyside from Middlesbrough in July 2005.
He first moved to England at the start of the 2001-02 campaign when Chelsea paid Barcelona £7.5million to acquire his services.
After spending three seasons with the Blues, Zenden moved to Middlesbrough, initially on loan, in August 2003 and he went on to play 67 Premiership games in two seasons with the Teessiders.