Kennedy impressed in League One on loan at Portsmouth last season, but was released by his parent club Cardiff once they earned a promotion to the top flight.
He’s currently still available, although I’m sure wages would be a stumbling block. What he does offer is flexibility, he can play on the flank as well as through the middle which might appeal to Danny’s philosophy of a smaller, more flexible squad.
Kennedy scored five in 17 League Two starts for Plymouth on loan back in 2016/17, so a drop to our level wouldn’t be such a culture shock. Much would depend on some of the qualities we as fans do not see; attitude, application and ambition. If those things were there, coupled with a willingness to work on a lower wage, then maybe a deal could be struck.