Jamie Patterson is a name well-know to Huddersfield Town.
But they face competition for the 23-year-old’s signature.
Neighbours Leeds United and Charlton Athletic are just two of the other clubs said to be interested in taking the Nottingham Forest forward on loan.
The 23-year-old was a Town target when at Walsall (he joined Forest in 2013).
The Coventry-born player, an attacking midfielder or striker, made 102 appearances for the Saddlers, scoring 16 goals.
The first of them was against Town in a 1-1 League I draw at the John Smith’s in November 2011.
While at Walsall, he was regularly monitored by Wolves, the former employers of Town’s football operations chief Stuart Webber.
He joined Forest in 2013, and has notched 13 times in 66 outings, 30 of them from the bench.
Paterson bagged a double when Forest beat Town 3-0 in a Championship clash in Huddersfield in February 2014.
He also scored a hat trick in Forest’s 5-0 FA Cup third-round win over West Ham United that season.
He has a City Ground contract through to 2018, but is struggling to force his way into manager Dougie Freedman’s plans.
And even if Forest sell Michail Antonio, who is being linked with both West Ham and Crystal Palace, it’s likely they would still loan out Paterson.
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