Blackburn manager Mark Hughes has joined the queue of clubs wanting to sign Robbie Fowler if the striker does not earn a new contract at Liverpool after this season.
The former England forward returned to Anfield in a shock move in January and was given six months to prove his worth.
Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez has yet to make a decision on Fowler's future and that has alerted a number of clubs, with Bolton manager Sam Allardyce and now Hughes expressing an interest.
'Robbie's been a top player for a long time,' said Hughes, whose side host Liverpool at Ewood Park tomorrow.
'You don't lose that overnight. His movement is amazing and he's looking very good.
'Robbie has always been a very clever player. His ability to take chances is something he has never lost, he was born with that.
'If he became available I'm sure a number of clubs would be interested. He's the type of player I would ask about. We'll see what the situation is.'