Norwich striker Kyle Lafferty is reported to have issued a come-and-get-me plea to Leeds United before the loan window closes.
Leeds tried to land the striker in the January transfer window but the deal collapsed as the Canaries were holding out for a permanent move that failed to materialise.
The Whites quickly turned their attentions elsewhere, but Lafferty is now hoping they come back in and take him on loan for the remainder of the season.
Leeds could be interested if there is the option to take the Northern Ireland international on a permanent basis at the end of the deal, something Norwich would have no objection to.
Lafferty is desperate for games ahead of Euro 2016 but time is fast running out if he is to secure a deal before the window slams shut next week.