Crystal Palace forward, Sullay Kaikai, (pictured) is reportedly on Neil Lennon’s radar after an excellent 2014/15 season.
The youngster whose parents hailing from Sierra Leone is struggling to break into the Palace first-team and the Eagles boss Alan Pardew is keen to send him out on loan to help with his development.
Kaikai registered his first professional goal, in the second round of FA Cup replay, in a 1-0 win over Mansfield Town.
“This is a vital season for me,” said Kaikai last month. “It would be good to push for a first team place but if that doesn’t happen then to go out on loan would be the best thing for my development.
“It’s about impressing whoever is watching. Every game, I try and do that, because you don’t know which clubs are having a look at you.
“I just have to continue doing well in every game and in training. I just want to get as close as possible to that first team squad.”
Kaikai, 20, started his Eagle’s career at age fifteen, over the years the youngster has already enjoyed loan spells at Crawley Town and Cambridge United.