Charlton Athletic midfielder Lawrie Wilson is the subject of interest from Huddersfield Town, according to the Sevenoaks Chronicle.
Huddersfield manager Chris Powell signed the central midfielder for Charlton from Stevenage during his time in charge of the Addicks.
Wilson is renowned for his versatility, and can operate as a right-back as well as a midfielder, though he has found himself in and out of the Charlton starting eleven this year.
Wilson would probably be keen on signing for Powell, who’s looking good with his Huddersfield side at the moment. It’s unknown whether he is part of Charlton manager Guy Luzon’s plans at the Valley.
The Terriers go into Tuesday night on the back of a 3-1 win over strugglers Millwall last Saturday.
Huddersfield took the lead in the 17th minute through Sean Scannell before Stefan Maierhofer equalised 11 minutes later.
The Lions hopes soared six minutes into the second half after Town striker Nahki Wells was sent off. That didn’t stop a rampant Huddersfield, who then took the lead again in the 74th minute through Jacob Butterfield before a James Vaughan penalty sealed the three points.
Chris Powell told the BBC after the game: “We knew we had to take something from the game and that was quite easily my best performance as manager.
“Considering we went down to 10 men, this team, which has showed a lot of togetherness recently, put in a very good performance against the odds.
“When we went down to 10 men we felt that if we kept our shape we could keep up with Millwall and we did.”
Huddersfield are doing well this season since Chris Powell took the reigns and are now 14th in the Sky Bet Championship on 37 points this season.