The emergency loan window closes for what could be the final time on Thursday, leaving the clock ticking for a number of Premier League strikers who've found themselves out of favour this season.
With that in mind, we at HITC Sport have peered into our crystal balls and picked out a handful of goalscorers who could be looking for moves this week:
Jerome Sinclair (Liverpool) - The teenager has only been used in the FA Cup this season and having reportedly agreed a contract with Watford from next season (according to the) his first-team opportunities are unlikely to improve before then. A month in the second tier could get him nicely warmed up for the Hornets - and out of the Reds' sight.
Kyle Lafferty (Norwich City) - The Northern Irishman's three appearances have totalled just 45 minutes this season and with the Euros looming he'll be keen to add a few more to his tally. Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds United (the Mirror) and Birmingham City (the Birmingham Mail) have all been linked.
Marvin Emnes (Swansea City) - Another whose chances have been few and far between. The Dutchman did however score a hat-trick in last week's 5-0 under-21 success over Blackburn Rovers and with his contract expiring in 15 months' time, a productive spell elsewhere could help to put him in the shop window - and prevent another campaign like this one.
Rickie Lambert (West Bromwich Albion) - For the second successive summer, Lambert's move just hasn't worked out. Now behind Salomon Rondon, Saido Berahino and Victor Anichebe in the pecking order, the 33-year-old could use the next month to rediscover his goalscoring touch.
Where could they go?
As mentioned above, Sheffield Wednesday, Birmingham and Leeds are all thought to be in the market for strikers, though you'd imagine the Owls (who've outscored everyone bar Burnley this season) are less desperate then the others. Another of the play-off contenders, Cardiff City, are playing without a recognised striker at the minute, while Nottingham Forest may also be on the lookout, though Britt Assombalonga could return soon.