According to reports from The Mirror, Premier League side Fulham are “very close” to wrapping up a permanent deal for Eidur Gudjohnsen.
The 32 year old Iceland striker joined Fulham on loan from Stoke in January, and his promotion to the starting line-up has helped the club win seven points from the last three games.
The former Chelsea and Barcelona striker would be available on a free transfer as his Potters contract expires this summer.
“We’re trying to make that happen,” said Fulham boss Mark Hughes.
“I’ve been really pleased with what Eidur’s brought to us and I know he’s enjoying his time here.
“Eidur would like to stay, I’m sure, and we would reciprocate that as well. We’re hopeful it’ll get done quite soon.”