Tranmere are performing well this season in League Two under manager Micky Mellon, with Rovers in fourth place, six points behind leaders Lincoln City.
A regular for Mellon this season has been 28-year-old striker James Norwood, who has chipped in with 12 of Rovers’ 25 goals, so far this season in the league.
But is Norwood’s form enough to stir the interest of a Championship club come the January transfer window?
Despite being 28, he’s scored 13 goals this term and I feel there is no reason why the Tranmere forward couldn’t make the step up.
It would be late in his career but James Norwood should be hitting his prime and could certainly do a job for one of the clubs in the middle to lower reaches of the league.
If he carries on his form, I would be surprised if there wasn’t interest in him come the New Year.
He’s a good striker, I’ll concede that. He’s always in the right place at the right time.
His attitude isn’t right though, look at the number of times he’s been sent off.
He might do a job in League One, but the Championship is a step too far.
I don’t see why not.
At 28 he’s in his prime years, and he’s scoring goals for fun in League Two.
Perhaps a move to a bottom half Championship club would be best.