The latest transfer rumour at Stoke City has seen the club linked with a move for Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes.
The Potters are believed to be interested in signing the 24-year-old this summer, if reports north of the border are to be believed.
Glasgow Rangers are also been tipped to make a move for the forward who has scored 12 goals in 33 appearances this term.
Dykes is the latest player from the Scottish game linked with Stoke, following Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove, Dundee United goalscorer Lawrence Shankland and Hamilton left back Scott McMann.
That speculation is no great surprise because Stoke boss Michael O’Neill has said he will be looking in Scotland to strengthen his squad.
But what more do we know about the latets player linked with a move to the bet365 Stadium?
Name: Lyndon Dykes
Clubs: The striker was born and grew up in Australia before moving to Scotland in 2016 to join Queen of the South. He joined Livingston in January 2019, but was loaned back to the Scottish Championship club for the rest of the season.
By the numbers: Dykes has played a total of 169 first-team games across his career for Queens of the South and Livingston, respectively.
During his time with Queen of the South, Dykes netted 23 goals in 136 appearances, which saw him earn a move to Livingston in 2019.
Since the transfer, Dykes has bagged 12 goals and registered 10 assists for his team mates in 33 appearances in all competitions.