Former Huddersfield Town striker Jon Stead could be on the move to Scotland.

There are reports of interest from North of the border in the Notts County frontman.

The Huddersfield-born 33-year-old is a Town academy product who had two spells with his home club.

He notched 24 goals in 76 games to earn a £1.25m move to then-Premier League Blackburn Rovers in February 2004.

The former England Under 21 international later played for Sunderland, Sheffield United, Ipswich Town and Bristol City before rejoining Town on a two-year contract in 2013.

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Stead’s second Town stint brought only 10 starts, 13 substitute appearances and three goals.

He was loaned to both Oldham Athletic and Bradford City before joining Notts on a two-year deal last summer.

The 6ft 2in player was League II Notts’ top scorer this season with 14 goals.

He also won the Meadow Lane club’s Player of the Year award.

However new manager John Sheridan could consider offers as he puts his own stamp on the squad.