MARK Davies could continue the exodus of high-earners on their way out of Wanderers.

The midfielder has been told he can leave the Macron on loan by Thursday’s deadline as the club continues to take pre-emptive measures to cut costs for next season.

Other senior players, including Jay Spearing, have been offered the same deal in the hope they can manufacture a permanent move elsewhere in the summer.

Despite not being mathematically certain of relegation, Wanderers have already taken steps to curb their wage bill in order to fall in line with League One salary cap regulations.

Liam Feeney was sent out on loan to Ipswich Town for the rest of the season to see out his contract, while Spearing remains in limbo with the club refusing to pay a £100,000 bonus due to Liverpool when he makes his 23rd appearance of this season.

Yesterday Davies became the latest player told he does not feature in plans for next season, leaving the way clear for him to fix up a move elsewhere in the Championship for the next two months.

The 28-year-old has made 34 appearances this season, which is his best return since playing for the Whites when they dropped out of the Premier League in 2012.

Davies, who has a year left to run on his contract, was on the verge of a £750,000 move to Sheffield Wednesday in January which broke down in mysterious circumstances.

Wanderers agreed a severance package with the player and pulled him out of the 3-2 defeat at Hillsborough on January 12.

A day later they contacted the Football League to air their concerns about the Owls’ behaviour in the transfer, although it did not materialise into a formal complaint.

The transfer then collapsed altogether with Wednesday blaming medical grounds and Davies’s representative Will Salthouse claiming a medical had not been conducted.

Though that move never materialised, Davies has never been short of admirers in his time at Wanderers and was once valued at £8million by former boss Owen Coyle.

The Whites once turned down an offer of £4m from Swansea City in the summer after they were relegated from the Premier League.

Meanwhile, Neil Danns will be in action for Guyana today as they take on Anguilla in the Caribbean Cup qualifiers.

The midfielder is also in the squad to face Puerto Rico next Tuesday.