Crystal Palace, West Ham, and Hull City wingers could be what Leeds United need.
Leeds United have made two additions on loan this transfer window, but are still to add a player in arguably their biggest area of need.
The Whites lack width, and with them currently utilising Steve Morison up front on his own, need to ensure they improve the service into him.
They may be under transfer embargo, but are permitted to sign four players on loan this month, and adding a winger really should be top priority.
Here is a look at three out of favour Premier League wingers who head coach Neil Redfearn should consider trying to sign...
Former England international Matt Jarvis has struggled to earn playing time at West Ham this season. The 28-year-old has made only one start and three substitute appearances in the Premier League, most recently sighted during their FA Cup win over Bristol City. The Mirror report Cardiff City are interested in signing the ex-Wolves man in a permanent deal, but Leeds may want to consider attempting to bring him in on loan, to rescue his career, and even help the Hammers out as his performances could raise his potential re-sale value in the summer.
Jerome Thomas has already had one loan spell at Leeds, and it appears he will have to move away from Crystal Palace to save his season. He has been selected in only three games in all competitions this season, playing only six minutes of Championship football. An advantage of signing Thomas is he knows the club and could be expected to settle quickly, and has the Championship experience head coach Neil Redfearn is keen on.
Tom Ince's season at Hull City has not gone as planned last season, making only three Premier League starts. The 22-year-old was allowed to move on loan to Nottingham Forest in December, and while this was unproductive, he is a proven talent in the Championship. Last season he scored seven times and provided six assists for a struggling Blackpool team.