Fulham have this week been linked with a move for Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones – but what do we know about him?
Reports in Scotland suggest Slavisa Jokanovic's men are locked in a battle with Championship rivals Norwich to secure the 22 year old's signature in January.
Here's everything Fulham fans need to know about a player that could well light up the second half of their season.
Born in Middlesbrough, Jones came through the ranks at his hometown club but was restricted to just one first team appearance for Boro – in the FA Cup against non-league Hastings United. He was released a year ago, having spent three years with the club.
He had two loan spells in the English lower divisions during his time at Boro, playing 11 games for Boro's north-east neighbours Hartlepool United towards the end of the 2014-15 season, and joining Cambridge United early in the following campaign but managing just one appearance for the Us.
Jones was a full international for Northern Ireland’s U19s, despite having been born in England, playing a number of times for them before turning down the chance to step up to the U21s, hoping to instead break into the England set up - something he has since regretted.
Despite turning his back on the Irish, there was redemption for Jones earlier this year when he was invited to a training session for the full Northern Ireland team, before their friendly against New Zealand and World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan in June.
Scottish success story
Despite failing to set the world alight in England, Jones has been a huge success north of the border, earning rave reviews while playing for Kilmarnock. He has played 53 times so far for the Scottish Premiership side, scoring four goals.
Jones was given a four-month custodial sentence suspended for two years, with 120 hours’ unpaid work, and ordered to pay £1,000 compensation with £1,800 costs, following a brawl outside a nightclub in Redcar four years ago.