West Bromwich Albion have been linked with a move for Chelsea striker Mateja Kezman, who the Baggies tried to sign a year ago only for the Yugoslavian to opt for Stamford Bridge instead.
Despite winning the Premiership and Carling Cup with Chelsea, Kezman is apparently unhappy at not starting more matches for Jose Mourinho's side.
Kezman, who joined Chelsea from PSV Eindhoven for £5 million, scored only seven times and his form dipped as he struggled to repeat his prolific scoring from his spell in Holland where he netted 105 goals in 123 league appearances.
That has not deterred Albion, however, even though Bryan Robson has succeeded Gary Megson as manager at The Hawthorns since the club first looked at the possibility of signing Kezman.
Robson, who is also keen on Crystal Palace striker Andy Johnson, is determined to strengthen his attack to ensure Albion are not in another relegation battle in the Premiership next term.