ACCRINGTON Stanley winger Jordan Clark is attracting attention from clubs in League One and Scotland, according to reports.

The Reds’ fellow third tier clubs Portsmouth and Peterborough are both said to be interested while Edinburgh Live also indicates Hibernian are monitoring the 26-year-old’s situation.

John Coleman has said he is resigned to losing the influential wideman when his contract expires at the end of the month, Clark having scored eight goals this season.

The former Shrewsbury man has spoken warmly of his four years at the Wham Stadium but is on the lookout for a new challenge.

“The manager has been good to us,” Clark said in April.

“He gave me my chance and I would like to think I have been good to Accrington because I have given it my all in every game and every session.

“The club is good at giving players the opportunity to showcase their talent.

“There are some clubs where you get pushed back but at Accrington you get that platform to play.

“I have probably had my best season this year. You get judged on goals, assists and chances created. In that sense, this has been the best football I have ever played.”

Clark has also chipped in with six assists having made 40 appearances in all competitions.