Torquay United's longest-serving player Kevin Hill may be loaned to Blue Square South side Dorchester Town, BBC Radio Devon understands.
Hill could leave Plainmoor to join Dorchester on loan (Getty)
Hill, 31, who has been with the club for over 10 and a half years, has made just two starts and seven substitute appearances for the Gulls this season.
The midfielder's loyalty to Torquay led to him being sent a letter by Fifa president Sepp Blatter last summer.
Dorchester Town are currently second from bottom in Blue Square South.
Hill was signed from non-league Torrington Town in 1997
He has made over 400 league appearances for the Gulls
He had his testimonial match in 2007 against Plymouth Argyle
Dorchester boss Paul Compton told the club's website he was looking for new blood to try and help his side out of its battle with relegation.
"Hopefully we will get some more new players in. However, we need to bring in the right characters, players who know what situation they are coming in to and players who are ready for the battle," he said.
Hill's contract at Torquay runs out at the end of the season.