Sky Bet Championship club Sheffield Wednesday are considering a loan move for Sunderland striker Danny Graham, according to the Star.
Graham, 30, has struggled for game time in recent season, due to a dip in form.
The striker enjoyed his best spell for Watford for whom he signed for in 2009, making 91 appearances for the Hornets in the Championship, finding the net 38 times.
In 2011, Graham signed for Premier League side Swansea City, spending two seasons at the Liberty Stadium, the striker managed 15 goals in 54 appearances.
Sunderland signed Graham in 2013, but the move has been somewhat disappointing for both parties; the one time England U20 international has managed just 30 appearances in two seasons with the Black Cats, finding the net just once.
Since his arrival, Graham has had several loan spells including Hull City in the Premier League, where he managed one goal in 18 appearances; Middlesbrough, managing to find the net six times in his 18 appearances in the Championship; and Wolverhampton Wanderers, managing one goal in five outings.
Owls boss, Carlos Carvalhal, will hope Graham can recapture the form he showed at Watford, should he move to South Yorkshire.
Sheffield Wednesday are currently 14th in the Championship after their 3-2 win over Fulham at Hillsborough last Saturday.
They face a trip to Brentford, who will be hoping their 2-1 win over Preston North End will be the perfect opportunity to kick-start their season.
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