Don’t expect Huddersfield Town to renew interest in Anthony Stokes.
The Republic of Ireland striker who has been released by Celtic has been a target in the past.
But Town have moved on and aren’t among those clubs currently interested in the 27-year-old.
Stokes, who missed out on a Euro 2016 call, spent the closing stages of last season on loan at former club Hibernian.
The Dubliner was a two-goal hero as Hibs beat Rangers 3-2 in a dramatic Scottish Cup final clash at Hampden.
That took his goal tally for the Edinburgh club to nine.
Celtic have decided against taking up a 12-month options on a player they signed for £1.2m six years ago and who has scored 76 times for them.
That means the ex-Arsenal and Sunderland man, capped nine times, is available on a free transfer.
Rotherham United, now bossed by ex-Hibs manager Alan Stubbs, have confirmed an interest.
Town reportedly made a bid for Stokes following Jordan Rhodes’ £8m move to Blackburn Rovers in 2012.