Celtic manager Neil Lennon has revealed he could be tempted to come back in the summer with a second bid for Wolves striker Kevin Doyle.
Lennon was unsuccessful in his attempt to attract the 29-year-old to the Scottish Premier League during January’s transfer window.
However, with the possibility of Gary Hooper crossing the border for a move to the Premier League at the end of the season, Lennon sees Doyle as a perfect replacement for the club’s top scorer this term.
"I'm a big admirer of Kevin obviously - I tried to take him in January,” he is quoted as saying in several newspapers on Tuesday.
"I think he's a quality player. He is that all-round type of centre-forward that I really like. I can't talk about another club's player - I don't want to disrespect Wolves. But we wanted him."
And when asked about the chances of him lining up a summer move for the Ireland international, Lennon said: "I'll think about it."
Meanwhile, the Celtic boss has confirmed that striker Anthony Stokes will remain at the club.
"Anthony is a very important player for us," Lennon said.