Glentoran midfielder Daniel Kearns is attracting interest from a number of clubs in the Football League after impressing in Ireland, according to HITC.
Kearns moved back to his homeland after four years in the Football League with Peterborough and Carlisle, as well as loan spells with York, Rotherham and Chesterfield.
The 24-year-old has been in good form for the Northern Irish side, scoring five goals in four appearances, and he could be set for a move back to England with several clubs interested.
Kearns spent his youth career with West Ham before impressing for Irish side Dundalk. He then went on to play over 30 games for The Posh before being sent out on loan.
After failing to impress in his loan spells, he signed a two-year contract with Carlisle but left in the summer after playing just 10 times for the club.
His contract with the club expires in January and he may be keen to move back and prove his worth, after failing to establish himself at his previous clubs.
Kearns could be an astute signing for any Football League club, as he is still only 24, and has experience of plying his trade in the Sky Bet Championship.
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