Bolton Wanderers are considering a loan move for Rangers winger David Templeton during next month’s transfer window, according to the Daily Record.
Templeton made the move from Hearts to Rangers in 2012, but has subsequently struggled to tie down a place in the starting eleven this term.
Lennon could see Templeton as an alternative to Joe Mason, who has been ruled out for two months with a hamstring injury.
A move would be beneficial for Templeton, because he needs to recapture his form of previous seasons, and playing for Lennon who will have seen him at his best could help boost his confidence.
The Daily Record also reported that Lennon is interested in Kris Commons, who he brought to Celtic in January 2011.
Both players could have an impact for Bolton but questions will be asked if Templeton, who can’t get into a Scottish Championship side, has enough quality to play in the Sky Bet Championship.
Despite not living up to his potential this season, Templeton has scored 21 goals in 38 games as Rangers made their way through the leagues.
Since taking charge at Bolton, Neil Lennon has moved them five points clear of the relegation zone and they are currently on a six game unbeaten run, drawing their last two games against Ipswich and Reading 0-0.