Michal Zyro's Wolverhampton Wanderers nightmare could finally come to an end in January.
According to the Express and Star, the club will listen to offers for the Pole who has only featured twice in the Carabao Cup this season. Zyro returned from a 15 month injury lay off in the summer which kept him out since April 2016. He's a talented winger, who scored three goals in his first two Wolves matches so has plenty to offer in the Championship.
Here are three Championship clubs he could potentially join and make an impact at:
Burton Albion are rock bottom of the Championship and will need reinforcements in January. They have one of the smallest budgets in the league but whether it be a loan or permanent deal, Zyro shouldn't be too expensive given he has played just twice in nearly two years.
Burton have won just three games all season, scoring just 13 goals. Zyro is an impact player who is desperate to play to get his career back on track and he'd certainly get his fair share of game time at the Pirelli Stadium.
Hull's head coach Nigel Adkins looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Hull City and Brentford at KCOM Stadium on December 9, 2017 in Hull, England.
New Hull boss Nigel Adkins will want to bring in new recruits although there's uncertainty about how much money he'll receive from the board.
the Tigers have also had their injury problems in attacking areas so bringing in Zyro would strengthen them in that department. Polish compatriot Kamil Grosicki's presence at the KCOM could be a factor that sways Zyro towards a move to East Yorkshire while his creative qualities can only be a benefit to Hull if he can stay fit.
Sunderland are a bit light in wide areas and Chris Coleman could be looking to strengthen that area in January. Their only options are Aiden McGeady, George Honeyman and Callum McManaman. Duncan Watmore can play there but he's out injured and McMananaman has had a frustrating time on Wearside, compelled by his red card against Reading a fortnight ago.
Callum McManaman (L) of Sunderland is sent off by referee Keith Stroud during the Sky Bet Championship match between Sunderland and Reading at Stadium of Light on December 2, 2017 in...
Playing at the Stadium of Light for Chris Coleman should appeal to Zyro, who would get a considerable amount of game time under the circumstances and he may be able to inject new life into Sunderland like he did in his early weeks at Molineux.