Plymouth Argyle striker Jermaine Easter has been placed on the transfer list at Home Park due to personal problems.
The 26-year-old Wales international has struggled to settle with the Pilgrims since his arrival from Wycombe Wanderers a year ago, having scored six times in 37 appearances last season.
Argyle boss Paul Sturrock told the club's official website: "He has got some domestic problems which he feels he can't clear up playing in Plymouth. We are circulating to clubs to see if we have any takers.
"I am disappointed, but the quicker it is sorted out the better.
"It is time-sensitive, but Jermaine has to understand that he has a value and, like anybody else, that value has to be met.
"It has been bubbling for quite a long time, but I have come to understand it over the last ten days after Jermaine came to see me.
"It had been happening since the end of last season and he has decided a move from Plymouth would benefit his domestic problems."