Aston Villa fans have been discussing signing Sheffield United's Leon Clarke in January... the consensus being they're not entirely keen on the idea.
Clarke has been mentioned as a possible Villa target after Jonathan Kodjia's injury, with Villans boss Steve Bruce admitting his intention to bring in a replacement when the transfer window reopens.
But even though the Sheffield United striker sits atop the Championship's goalscoring chart after finding the net nine times in November alone (13 in total), some Villa followers feel he would be another Scott Hogan.
They paid close to £10 million for Hogan at the start of this year, with the Irishman on a similar run of form to what Clarke is now.
Hogan, though, has contributed a mere four goals and three assists in 30 appearances for Villa so far.
Here's what they're saying on Twitter...
Not another one after 3 good months!!! Hogan all over again!!!— shay james (@ShayRugeley) 28 November 2017
I hate to see villa involved in this type of thing. It strikes me as us trying to unsettle a player in a team we are directly competing with as we believe we are a bigger club. This is exactly what we hate when Liverpool or man ure report interest in our star players #avfc— Sean (@Gallie75) 28 November 2017
Not for me.... Get a loan out of the EPL— Richard (@Griffwad83) 29 November 2017
Would much rather us go for Solanke on loan— Max Ellis (@MaxAVFC15) 28 November 2017
Absolute rubbish but i have to say No no no no no!!— Gareth Cooper (@ThatGarateyjc) 28 November 2017
Pls God no!!!— Patrick McNamee (@Mc_Namee_Avfc) 28 November 2017
Probably ruin him like hogan , id like to see o hare given a chance though he is too lightweight for the 1 up top weve been playing lately— nickhess (@headmond81) 28 November 2017
And us.— Dave Reeves⚽ (@davfc79) 28 November 2017
Anothwr hogan dont u think we have been through enough— jonathan duggan (@jonnybear85) 28 November 2017
Sheffield United currently sit a place above Aston Villa in third position and would be loathe to lose Clarke at such a crucial moment in their campaign.
Speaking to BBC Radio Sheffield on Thursday, Blades boss Chris Wider suggested the 32-year-old is in line for a new contract at Bramall Lane.
Would Clarke be worth a punt for Villa?