Scottish international midfield player Don Cowie has emerged as a potential Huddersfield Town transfer target.
But they could have to vie with Rangers for Cardiff’s out-of-contract 31-year-old.
The former Ross County, Inverness and Watford player has been offered a new deal by the Welsh club.
But he has admitted he is unsure as to what the future holds.
Cowie followed manager Malky Mackay from Watford to Cardiff when he signed in July 2011.
He has made 99 appearances for them, 19 in the Premier League, and scored nine goals.
Capped 10 times by Scotland, Cowie captained Ross County.
He scored twice when Cardiff beat Town 5-3 after extra time in the second round of the League Cup in 2011-12.
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