Wolverhampton Wonderers are hoping to negotiate a permanent deal for former Middlesbrough and Kansas City striker Kei Kamara subject to work permit.
Kei in photo celebrates scoring the only goal for Sierra Leone in Abidjan against Ivory Coast in the first leg tie of the ongoing African Nations Cup qualifier.
Boss Kenny Jackett is evaluating whether or not Kei will be the perfect option to replace Nouha Dicko after the striker was ruled with a hamstring injury.
The 30-year-old former Middlesbrough striker Kei Kamara a free agent since August has been training with the West Midlands club a couple of days at their Compton training ground.
However, Jackett has said they will further assess the former Norwich striker in the coming days but was impressive.
“He’s done OK, and from finding out about his overall situation, he would need a work permit because he’s a Sierra Leone international.”
“He is an experienced front player and having left Middlesbrough on August 30th he is looking for a club,” Jackett told Wolves’ official website.
“We will be talking to him and there will be some summing up afterwards as to where he is.
“But he’s a free agent looking for a club and has been to us for two days, which was the original agreement.
The Sierra Leonean international also said few days ago to media outlets that several clubs in Europe and USA are interest in signing him, but weighing all options before deciding on his future.