Wales boss Chris Coleman hopes Joe Ledley's club future does not impact on his World Cup plans as he assesses whether the midfielder is fit enough to play next week.
Ledley has been without a club since leaving Crystal Palace in June and his only games since early-February have been in Wales' World Cup qualifiers against the Republic of Ireland and Serbia.
Coleman promised Ledley will start the crunch World Cup game against Austria in Cardiff on September 2 if he is "anywhere near fit enough".
But Coleman also knows his plans could be disrupted if the 30-year-old finds a new club.
Ledley's situation complicates a midfield area already without the suspended Joe Allen for the Austria game.
Emyr Huws is out of both games with an Achilles problem and Andy King and David Edwards have had limited game-time for Leicester and Wolves respectively this season.
But Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale is back after missing the 1-1 draw away to Serbia in June through suspension, and Neil Taylor will be available for the Moldova game after serving a two-match ban.