Hull among clubs eyeing Forest's Matty Fryatt

Matty Fryatt of Nottingham Forest shoots at goal

HITC Sport understands a number of Championship clubs, including Ipswich and QPR, are eyeing the Nottingham Forest striker.

Matty Fryatt of Nottingham Forest and David Davis  of Birmingham City in action

A host of Championship clubs are weighing up a move for Nottingham Forest striker Matty Fryatt, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.

The 31-year-old's contract with Forest expires this summer, and despite an absence due to a troublesome achilles injury, he is now looking for a new club after returning to full fitness during the final few months of the 2016/17 campaign.

Matty Fryatt of Nottingham Forest shoots at goal

Fryatt last played for Forest in March 2015 before suffering the Achilles injury which has put his career on hold for the last two seasons.

Queens Park Rangers, Ipswich Town and Fryatt’s former club Hull City are all thought to be keen on speaking to Fryatt, along with a number of other Championship clubs.

Fryatt is a proven goalscorer in the Championship and QPR, Ipswich and Hull are all looking to bolster their attacking options this summer

The Nuneaton-born striker was previously a fans' favourite during his spell at the Tigers, scoring 31 goals in 72 starts.

He was top goalscorer in his final season with Hull during their 2013/14 Premier League campaign, which also coincided with an FA Cup Final appearance against Arsenal.

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