Mick McCarthy has offered Wolves misfit Tomasz Frankowski an olive branch in a bid to find the striker a new club.
Having returned from Tenerife to start pre season training with the rest of the squad, he has been made aware by the manager that it is up to him to generate a move in the transfer window.
'There's not been any interest in Tomasz yet,' McCarthy told Paul Berry 'We've been proactive in trying to find Tomasz a club and his agent has as well.'
'Getting himself fit and ready means he's going to have more chance of a move anyway. If someone got a face like a slapped backside it's not going to help them.'
But while he remains at the club,McCarthy is refusing to deny the Pole a chance of forcing his way into his plans.
'But when he comes back he trains and is part of it, there's no suggestion he's not.'
Heeding his managers words, Franek has appeared happy in early training sessions, which may not have always been the case 12 months ago.
Whether he manages to force his way into McCarthy's reckoning remains to be seen.
After failing to impress the manager in the first few months following Glenn Hoddle's resignation, the odds would appear to be stacked aganst him, but there are still those, Vital Wolves included, who feel that he deserves the chance to prove his critics wrong.