Sky Bet League One side Coventry City have been linked with a move for Queens Park Rangers midfielder Ben Gladwin, reports the Coventry Telegraph.
The versatile 23-year-old joined QPR in the summer from Swindon Town along with teammate Massimo Luongo for a reported £3.5 million, putting pen-to-paper on a three-year deal.
However, he has made just two appearance for the Hoops, and was allowed to return to the County Ground on loan.
Gladwin played a key role for the Robins last season, scoring 11 goals as the Wiltshire side reached the League One play-off final, only to lose out to Preston North End at Wembley.
He returned to Swindon in October where he scored twice in 13 outings, but has now returned to Loftus Road after being recalled, and started for the Hoops in their defeat to Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup yesterday.
It remains to be seen if Gladwin will return to Swindon on loan after the Robins chairman Lee Power claimed in November that QPR were willing to let the midfielder stay with the Wiltshire outfit for the rest of the season.
Coventry are on the lookout for a midfielder after Ryan Kent returned to parent club Liverpool, and Gladwin has emerged as a top target for manager Tony Mowbray.
The Sky Blues are going well in League One this season, sitting in fourth place, just three points behind second-place Gillingham and four behind leaders Burton Albion.
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