It has been a nightmare two years for former Nottingham Forest striker, Matty Fryatt.
The forward has been sidelined from football for two full seasons with an achilles injury, and has only just returned to action in the past few months.
To add insult to injury – no pun intended – he was released from his Nottingham Forest contract this month, and will hope to find a new club to take a punt on him in the coming months.
Before his injury, Fryatt was a prolific goalscorer, and enjoyed hugely successful spells in front of goals with a host of clubs, including Leicester City, Hull City and Walsall.
The former England U19 international has a proven track record, and at the age of 31, will still have a lot to offer if he can prove to potential suitors that his injury woes are behind him.
As much as Fryatt would like to stay at the level he has grown accustomed to, a drop down the divisions to prove his fitness and ability may be the best move for the player.
A number of suitors will surely appear in both League One and Two, but one club that should certainly consider a both for the player is Peterborough United.
The Posh have recently acquired 40 goal National League striker, Ricky Miller, on a free transfer, and adding Fryatt to the equation would make the former Championship side a force to be reckoned with next season.
Miller has flourished with Dover in the National League, and a step up to League One will be a tough, but achievable step for the dangerous striker.
If Miller can adapt to the league, he will continue to be deadly in front of goal.
If manager, Grant McCann can get Matty Fryatt back to full health, he will be equally as deadly.
Peterborough has a history of attacking talent, and those at London Road have been treated to a plethora of talent over the years, including Craig Mackail-Smith, Dwight Gayle and Britt Assombalonga.
Combining Miller and Fryatt could bring back the glory days to the Cambridgeshire side, and fire the Posh back to the second tier of English football for the first time since 2013.