Despite three draws in a row Ipswich Town still remain firmly at the bottom of the Championship now 13 points from safety with only eight matches of the season remaining.
For Ipswich manager Paul Lambert it is a case of having half an eye on preparation for League One next season with striker James Norwood of Tranmere Rovers a potential target, according to the EADT.
Norwood is the top scorer in any of the English top four divisions, with 25 goals in League Two this season, helping Tranmere to a play-off place currently with nine matches of their season remaining.
So would Norwood be a good signing for Ipswich?
“They made the mistake of entrusting lower league players this season and look where it got them.
“Norwood is a great League Two striker, but he’s not getting younger and I don’t see him making the step up.”
“It would be a smart bit of business.
“Norwood has scored goals regularly for Tranmere and would be fully deserving of a move to a higher level than he’s currently at.
“It’s good to see Ipswich preparing for life in League One as well.”
“I’m really not sure about this.
“Norwood has been a clinical goalscorer in League Two this season, but is he good enough to make the step up?
“He’s approaching the latter stages of his career, and Ipswich made these type of unproven signings last summer – look how that turned out…”
“This could be a great capture for the soon-to-be League One side.
“Norwood is putting them in the back of the net with ease for Tranmere this year, and that is something Ipswich have failed to do enough.
“That is what they are in the position they find themselves in, and goals will help remedy their relegation. Good move.”