Derby striker Steve Davies has been made available for transfer after turning down the offer of a new contract due to "family circumstances".
Davies, who scored 12 goals in 26 npower Championship appearances this season having recovered from a fractured skull - an injury which could have ended his career, has another year remaining on his current deal after the Rams took up the option of a 12-month extension.
But Derby's joint-top scorer during the 2011-12 campaign has rejected a new three-year contract for personal reasons. As a result, manager Nigel Clough will look to cash in on Davies while he still can, otherwise the 24-year-old could leave for free next summer.
"It's not through our choice. We offered him a new deal, which he turned down. It's got nothing to do with financial reasons - it's purely down to family circumstances," Clough told the club's official website.
"It is a genuine family reason and we respect Steven for that. I know some people will be sceptical about that but they shouldn't be. We have to accept it and move on.
"Technically, he's got a year left on his contract now and we're not in a position to let people run out (leave on a free transfer), so we'll get as good a fee as we can for him and look to replace him."