Liverpool are reportedly monitoring Crystal Palace's teenage striker Wilfried Zaha.
Zaha was believed to be on Liverpool's radar earlier in the year and during the Spring it was thought that a summer bid could be tabled by the Merseysiders.
Over the summer, the Reds were linking with a number of young forwards as manager Kenny Dalglish looked to bring in somebody to provide backup and competition to Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez.
But Dalglish opted to bring Craig Bellamy back to Anfield for a second spell, with the free transfer signing from Manchester City meaning the Scot has enough faces up front for this season.
And according to FootyBunker, Dalglish will keep an eye on Zaha's progress at Palace before considering making a bid for the 18-year-old at the end of the season.
Arsenal have also shown interest in the Ivory Coast-born youngster, who has already represented England at Under-19 level.