Former Clitheroe Wolves star Dominic Telford has been offered a new contract at Blackpool.
Telford scored his first senior goal on December 28th against Rotherham, and has made 12 appearances in a testing season for the Seasiders.
After the goal, Telford and Mark Waddington were banned from training after turning down professional terms.
Chairman Karl Oyston had a change of heart and relented, allowing boss Lee Clark to select the pair.
And Clark revealed fresh offers have been tabled - although it remains to be seen if they accept and commit their futures to the Bloomfield Road club.
The former Huddersfield Town and Birmingham City boss said: “They’ve been offered new improved contracts, a few weeks ago.
“They know I want them to be a part of the future here and we’ve made them offers.
“Whether we need to push those again or not, we’ll see.”
Premier League Stoke City made a move for Telford in the January transfer window, as Clark added: “We turned down offers from a Premier League club for Dom and a Championship club for Mark.”