Bolton Wanderers are targeting a January move for Celtic striker Anthony Stokes, according to Goal.
The 26-year-old striker worked under the new Bolton manager Neil Lennon at Celtic, and Lennon is eyeing a reunion with the forward.
Stokes has been a fundamental cog in the Celtic frontline, amassing over 70 goals during a four-and-a-half-year spell at the Scottish giants.
As reported on FLW yesterday, Lennon is also keen on making a move for Celtic winger Kris Commons in the January transfer window, however whether he will be able to lure both of them to the Macron Stadium is yet to be seen.
Lennon won his first game in charge of the Trotters last Saturday, defeating Birmingham City 1-0 at St Andrews which ultimately culminated in the sacking of Lee Clark from the midlands side.
The striker started his career at Irish outfit Shelbourne, before earning a move to Arsenal in 2003, where he accumulated one senior appearance for the Gunners.