English club Nottingham Forest identified Super Eagles striker Brown Ideye to ease their goalscoring burden next season.
The 31-year-old Nigeria international has reignited his career with Greek Super League side Aris Thessaloniki were he found back of the net nine times in 26 appearances across all competitions.
Ideye was played for West Bromwich Albion where he was the club-record signing when he joined the English outfit in 2014 from Ukraine giant Dynamo Kyiv.
However, Ideye struggles to make up with price tag where he manages to scored seven goals in 31 outings across all competitions before he left the Sky Bet Championship side just one year later to Greek Super League outfit Olympiacos.
According to Greek outlet PageNews claims that Forest is keen on bringing Ideye back to England this summer.
Ideye current contract with Aris expires at the end of the season and former Champions League winning side have reportedly identified him as a possible target to ease the goalscoring burden on Lewis Grabban.