West Bromwich Albion should target this reportedly available 24-year-old winger in January.
Baggies boss Tony Pulis is keen to strengthen his options over the course of the January transfer window, with every single position in his squad being looked at as potential areas that could be improved.
And with the Mirror reporting that Norwich City are prepared to sacrifice Robbie Brady, in an effort to raise funds for a January spending spree of their own, West Brom could move for the talented 24-year-old winger.
Norwich's Robbie Brady celebrates scoring
He suits the profile of Pulis' transfer targets, with the emphasis being on recruiting younger players, as he looks to inject a certain level of freshness into his squad.
He is also left-footed - something that the West from recruitment staff have identified as a key attribute when drawing up their list of transfer targets (Express & Star).
Brady is an accomplished performer, with his versatility being a major selling point, and something that would surely appeal to the Baggies boss.
Norwich City's Robbie Brady in action
He is just as comfortable playing at left-back as he is in a wide attacking position, but he arguably has a greater influence on his side when played in a more advanced role.
He possesses one of the most potent deliveries in the game, and with the West Brom side being one of the biggest in the Premier League, it could prove to be a match made in heaven, should a move come to fruition.
If West Brom are to have any chance of finishing inside the top seven this term, they will need to make a few quality additions in January, and Brady certainly has the talent that could help kick the Baggies on to bigger and better things.