Blackburn talks ongoing - Zenden
Boudewijn Zenden has denied he has reached an agreement to join Blackburn.
The former Chelsea and Liverpool midfielder has attracted the interest of Rovers boss Steve Kean, who is looking to bolster his squad for the final 10 games of the season as they bid to avoid relegation.
Rovers boosted their hopes of survival with a 2-0 victory against Wolves on Saturday, and they will be hoping to move further clear of danger with a crunch Lancashire derby against relegation rivals Bolton looming.
The 35-year-old, who is a free agent after leaving Sunderland at the end last season, confirmed Blackburn had made him an offer, but Zenden, who is in talks with other clubs, is keen to keep his options open.
"Blackburn have made me an offer, but we have not yet reached agreement," Zenden said. "Their interest is very serious.
"They are in a bad predicament and they need experienced players due to their league position - but that is the same situation for other teams interested in me."