The Canterbury Bulldogs have met with former Parramatta winger Semi Radradra to discuss the possibility of him joining the club for the 2021 NRL season.
Radradra, who is contracted to French rugby club Bordeaux until the end of 2020, played 94 games for the Eels before going over to France at the end of the 2017 season.
Canterbury's chief executive Andrew Hill confirmed the meeting, which will be music to the ears for all Bulldogs fans after a disappointing season.
"There was an opportunity offered to us to meet with Semi while he is in Australia," Hill told The Australian.
"We took that opportunity to introduce ourselves and let him know that at the right time, should he wish to come back to the NRL, we would be interested in talking to him.
"But at this stage it was purely an introduction to our club."
In the meantime, Radradra is in camp preparing for the upcoming Rugby World Cup in Japan where he will be representing his native Fiji.
Earlier in the year, Eels coach Brad Arthur said the club would be interested in re-signing Radradra, as he is a world-class player when he is firing on all cylinders.
Watch this space.