Queens Park Rangers had a pretty uninspiring season last time round as they limped over the line to an 18th place finish, finishing just two points ahead of the bottom three.
Ian Holloway, in his first full season in charge of the club during his current reign, will be hoping that they can achieve a much higher finish in the upcoming season.
In this busy period, managers find themselves frantically searching for players who will make their team tick and thus far, Holloway has not been successful in his search with no additions being made.
But one man Holloway should at least be made aware of is the talented German forward Tim Kleindienst.
The giant striker, who stands at around 6ft 4, is currently on the books at SC Freiburg but has most recently enjoyed a spell at fellow German side FC Heidenheim.
During his time with the club from the second division, he found the net seven times and provided a further three assists to help his side to a third place finish.
He has also had previous success in the same division, being crowned champions just the year prior with parent club Freiburg.
The 21-year-old has also made ten appearances for the German U20 squad which shows the promise that this young lad holds.
Kleindienst could add a whole different dimension to Ian Holloway’s squad, and with the right players surrounding him he could be a huge hit at Loftus Road.
QPR fans… Would you take a risk on this young forward? Let us know what you think in the comments!