Brentford are looking to bolster their striking options by taking a look at what we thought was Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney after he featured in the B team's 3-1 win at Reading, only for the player to insist it wasn't him so we're asking fans to help us find the Adam Rooney at Brentford.
The Irish frontman is out of contract with the Dons in the summer of 2020 and could be seen as a man to offer an extra option up front.
Rooney has thrived in Aberdeen, scoring 61 league goals in 125 games, and has also got experience in England.
He started his career with Stoke City, having loan spells at Yeovil, Chesterfield and Bury, before going to Scotland and Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
His three years there yielded 44 goals in 103 appearances before he returned to England with Birmingham City.
He failed to earn regular football at St Andrews, making 18 league appearances and finding the net four times.
Rooney was on loan at Swindon and found the net at Griffin Park in the League One play-off semi final, which the Bees won on penalties.
A brief spell at Oldham saw him score four times in 24 appearances before joining Aberdeen.