Kevin Campbell has refused to rule out the prospect of his son, Tyrese, joining Everton.
Campbell Jnr is currently on loan at Shrewsbury Town from Stoke City, where he was this week named the English Football League's young player of the month.
The 19-year-old scored three goals in four games throughout February and as a result has continued to evoke comparisons with his father, the former Arsenal, Nottingham Forest and Everton striker.
And after Campbell Snr expressed pride at his son's award on Twitter at the start of this week, several fans of the latter club were keen to discuss a potential move to Goodison Park.
Congrats KC. Get the boy practising whistling Z-Cars, so he’s ready.— Wes Lentz (@Philobedd0) 8 April 2019
Like father like son get him down to finch farm— Andrew Somerville (@AndrewS01581042) 8 April 2019
Congrats on player of the month when is he coming to goodison?— Geekyfairyhands (@geekyfairyhands) 8 April 2019
Congratulations Kev well deserved! Does he fancy wearing a blue shirt like his Dad— Marie (@MarieBr70) 8 April 2019
Congratulations Kev and son. Bet your so proud. Perhaps an Evertonian of the future— Mike Munch Warren (@Mikemunch78) 8 April 2019
And Campbell Snr replied to two of the messages as follows:
Thanks Marie. We shall see in the future!— Kevin Campbell (@1kevincampbell) 8 April 2019
Very proud and who knows what happens in the future!— Kevin Campbell (@1kevincampbell) 8 April 2019
Campbell Jnr joined Stoke from Manchester City's academy system three years ago.
The length of his contract is currently unclear, although he is expected to return to the Bet365 Stadium ahead of the new season.
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