New Stoke City boss Gary Rowett reportedly wants to raid Derby County for Curtis Davies.
Derby County lost Gary Rowett to Championship newcomers Stoke City but Pride Park chairman Mel Morris is already putting plans in place.
Could the West Bromwich Albion winger become Rowett's first signing after leaving Derby County for Stoke City on Tuesday?
Derby County boss Gary Rowett is seemingly set to become the new manager of Stoke City.
Former Derby County boss Gary Rowett could make Nottingham Forest's Eric Lichaj his first target at Stoke City.
The following Derby County and West Bromwich Albion players could feature on Rowett's Stoke City wishlist.
The Sheffield Wednesday striker has spent the past campaign on loan at Derby County, who look set to lose Rowett to Stoke City.
Nottingham Forest supporters have shown little sympathy towards Derby County.
Gary Rowett appears set to leave Derby County for Championship rivals Stoke City, but could a Pride Park legend replace him at the Rams?
The Derby County manager is said to be Stoke City's number one target to replace Paul Lambert.
As Gary Rowett wanders across a pitch at Derby County’s training ground attention briefly turns to the grass. The perfect turf barely has a wrinkle, a completely flat field made from a mixture of synthetic and real grass. Another pitch on the other side of the car park is set out to mimic the dimensions of the one at Pride Park.
The Derby County manager is fond of the player, who plays for Birmingham City.
Cardiff City are said to be preparing the first move for Hearts' Callum Paterson, who had been on Steve McClaren's wanted list at Derby County.