Crystal Palace are reportedly interested in a move for Nottingham Forest attacker Joe Lolley.
According to the Daily Mail, Palace have expressed an interested in the 26-year-old and want to prioritise attacking signings this summer.
It is understood that they are working on a limited budget at Selhurst Park, but the Championship dazzler is on their radar.
The report details that the Forest wide man is in demand, as Watford and West Brom are among the clubs to be tracking him.
Lolley has been a goal machine this season at the City Ground and been directly involved in 22 goals in 49 games across all competitions.
The left-footed attacker has scored 11 times and provided 11 assists for a Forest team that sit mid-table in the Championship.
Palace are safe for another season in the top flight, but could do with a few fresh faces if they are to push for a top-10 finish next season.
They want to strengthen in the final third during the summer and adding some more goalscorers at Selhurst Park would be a major boost.
Lolley has had a stunning campaign in the Championship and he could be worth the risk for Roy Hodgson’s side.
The Englishman usually operates from the right flank to cut in on his preferred left foot and has scored some stunning long-range strikes this year.
He’s only had a brief taste of Premier League football with six appearances, but deserves another shot in the top flight and could be a great under the radar target for Palace.