Luton Town are considering a move for out-of-contract full back Paul Connolly, according to BedfordshireNews.
The Hatters returned to the Football League following a five-year absence by winning the Skrill Premier last season, and manager John Still is looking to improve the squad ahead of their upcoming League Two campaign.
Connolly, 30, was released by Crawley Town at the end of last season, having also played for Championship side Millwall in the first half of the campaign.
He missed the final five games of the season for the Red Devils, having been suspended for striking a fan during his side’s clash with Brentford in April.
The full back’s career has seen him spend eight years at Plymouth Argyle, appearing over 150 times for the Pilgrims, before signing for Derby County in 2008.
Two years later, he left the East Midlands for Leeds United, where he appeared over 50 times for the Yorkshire outfit, although loan spells at Portsmouth and Preston North End intertwined his stay at Elland Road.
He started last season at the New Den, signing a short-term deal until January 2014, before heading to Crawley for the remainder of the season.
Luton’s first game back in the Football League since 2009 is away at Carlisle United on August 9.