QPR and Fulham fans at a loose end tonight could do a lot worse than try to find a live stream of Ostersunds FK's Europa League game at Atletico Bilbao.
Should they find one, they could take a pre-emptive look at a player who could be the next signing for one of the West London rivals.
The Rs and the Whites are both reportedly casting the eye over the Swedish-Iranian striker in Bilbao tonight with a view to making a move in January.
The 24 year old, who was born in Malmo but has Iranian parents, has scored 18 goals in 49 league games over the past year and a half for Ostersunds, having previously featured for Limhamn Bunkeflo, Trelleborgs and Syrianska.
He scored one goal in two friendly appearances for Sweden before switching his allegiances after gaining Iranian citizenship and has since played two games for Iran.
Ghoddos' goals in the Swedish leagues have also reportedly attracted interest from German side Hertha Berlin and Dutch giants Ajax in the past year.