With two days left of the emergency loan window (potentially ever) Sheffield Wednesday's striker search is supposedly hotting up.
Last week, Bournemouth's Glenn Murray was linked with a temporary switch to Hillsborough by the Sun, while the Mirror reported on Monday that Norwich City's Kyle Lafferty was set to join the Owls ahead of Yorkshire rivals Leeds United.
Here are three reasons why Wednesday should leave them both to it (not to mention his name being all-too-similar to that of Owls' striker Caolan Lavery):
Is he better?
100 Championship appearances have returned a mere 11 goals for Lafferty. Not only is Gary Hooper's tally of 42 in 107 considerably better, but so are those belonging to Lucas Joao (six in 32) and Atdhe Nuhiu (19 in 115). Let's not forget Nuhiu's 12 assists in that time either. You'd have to say no.
Lafferty has featured three times for Norwich this season - totalling a mere 45 minutes of football. For him to have any impact on loan, he'd need a run of games to be anywhere near up to scratch. Had he moved in January, this may have been doable - but not six weeks before the season's end. The Owls would be doing Lafferty a favour by getting him fit for the Euros.
If there's one thing Wednesday appear to be thriving on lately it's team spirit. This was no more evident than in Saturday's win against Charlton, when Nuhiu celebrated the goal scored by Fernando Forestieri as though it were his own - in the final of the World Cup, for Austria against Serbia (he was born in Kosovo). Lafferty could be the life and soul, but what's so bad about leaving things be?