Wolverhampton Wanderers are still looking into the signings of several new striker options in the emergency loan window.
The club are still reeling from the fact that Nouha Dicko will miss most of the season with a cruciate knee ligament injury.
Whilst Benik Afobe will find the net regularly, the pressure cannot exclusively lay at his door.
Now it is being reported that Crystal Palace striker Frazier Campbell is one name on that list. The report comes from The Express and Star who claim that Wolves are keen on bringing Campbell in to join Adam Le Fondre in helping Afobe find the back of the net.
Campbell would certainly add some much needed experience to the club, as well as pace. He may be 28 but the former Manchester United trainee is still quick off the mark.
He has little chance of regular football at Selhurst Park and has scored goals before in the Championship with Cardiff City – including a double against Wolves in February 2013.
His arrival would certainly help Wolves start rising back up the table and offer some support for the overworked Afobe and Le Fondre.