Australian defender Jason Davidson has no future at Huddersfield Town, according to manager David Wagner.
Davidson joined the club in 2015 from West Brom and made 27 appearances in the Championship that season, scoring one goal.
However, he was sent out on loan to Groningen in the Eredivisie last season, where he played 22 times and missed out on Huddersfield's promotion to the Premier League.
But since returning to the club, Davidson has found himself on the outer, and has been forced to train with the Under 23 side.
Davidson, 26, has one year left on his contract at Huddersfield, but Wagner is keen to offload him as soon as possible.
“He's training with the Under 23s and if there are offers for him, I'll be open to them,” the German manager said.
When asked if there was any chance Davidson could make it back into the first team, Wagner bluntly replied "No".
Davidson has also been on the outer with the Socceroos, having not played for the national team since a 4-0 win over Bangladesh in November 2015.