West Brom boss Darren Moore will surely be looking to bolster his centre-forward department this summer, in an effort to add more pace and goals to his front-line this season.
Many fancy West Brom to bounce straight back this season, however, but in order to do just that, Moore will undoubtedly have to add some real quality to his front-line.
Funds might be tight at the Hawthorns, though, so Moore will have to be thrifty in his player recruitment.
With this in mind, the Baggies should make a loan move for Tottenham youngster Kazaiah Sterling.
The 19-year-old performed admirably for Spurs' developmental side last season, scoring 11 goals in 26 appearances, and his youthful exuberance, combined with his hunger to prove himself would surely be a huge asset for West Brom this term.
Sterling possesses blistering pace, and plays with total disregard for his opposition, with a certain kind of fearlessness and confidence that defies his tender years.
The Tottenham man is a centre-forward by trade, but he can also operate as a left winger and a number 10.
That kind of versatility would be vital to Darren Moore's side this term, what with the long and arduous Championship campaign that awaits them.
At the age of 19, Sterling will be desperate to prove that he can cut it at senior level, and joining West Brom on loan would provide him with a fantastic opportunity to do just that.