Aylesbury United are set to launch another bid for their former ground.
The club were evicted from Buckingham Road in 2006 when the lease expired and are currently groundsharing with Chesham United having had spells at Leighton Town and Thame United.
Earlier this year the Southern League Division One Central side tendered an offer for the site after being invited to do so although now the bid has been rejected.
But, defiant chairman Graham Read is readying a second offer. He said: “Buckingham Road is now being offered on the open market, asking for ‘offers on an unconditional basis’.
“As a club we will be resubmitting a bid. To this effect, we are offering/looking for potential investors either by direct contribution (share ownership) or we may even go down the crowdfunding route.
“We have and will never give up on our endeavours in returning to Aylesbury, and although some may believe we have outgrown Buckingham Road, it currently seems our quickest route back.”