Norwich City striker Simeon Jackson rumoured to be a transfer target for Wolves

Simeon Jackson has scored three times in 15 appearances for Norwich City this season.

Simeon Jackson has scored three times in 15 appearances for Norwich City this season. - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Wolves are reported to be considering a £1m move for City striker Simeon Jackson.

New manager Dean Saunders has made signing a striker his top priority. The Championship club’s head of development and recruitment, Kevin Thelwell, watched the 25-year-old Jackson in action in Saturday’s goalless draw against Newcastle.

Jackson has scored three times in 15 appearances for City this season, his latest goal coming in the 3-0 FA Cup win at Peterborough.

The Canaries are also reported to be rivals with Ipswich for keeper Lee Camp, who can leave Nottingham Forest on a free transfer. Camp, 28, made three appearances for Norwich during a three-month loan spell in 2006, but one national newspaper claims Town boss Mick McCarthy hopes to tempt him with a better chance of first-team football. Camp was dropped for young Karl Darlow as Forest beat Peterborough 2-1 on Saturday.

Swansea striker Danny Graham, linked with the Canaries, is keen to hold talks with Sunderland, according to The Sun. QPR and Reading are also reported to be chasing Gateshead-born Graham, who is said to be keen to return to the North East.


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