West Brom are reportedly eyeing a late move for free agent Albert Adomah, who is set to undergo a medical at Nottingham Forest on Tuesday.
The former Aston Villa man was released by Dean Smith this summer upon his contract expiry and has reportedly been in talks with a number of Championship sides over a move.
According to Bristol Live, Adomah is undergoing a medical with Forest after positive talks with the club, but the Baggies are believed to be lining up a last gasp move for the 31-year-old.
The report suggests West Brom believe they may be able to lure him away from a move to the City Ground with a more lucrative offer than their Championship counterparts.
Millwall have also been linked with a move for Adomah and are said to be keen on signing the 31-year-old, though the winger is reportedly looking to play for a side who will be in contention to gain promotion next season.
Four League One wingers West Brom could sign
Lowe enjoyed a fine campaign for Portsmouth last season, scoring 15 goals for the League One side.
Hunter was a key figure for Fleetwood Town last season, scoring eight and assisting 11 in 43 appearances.
Curtis is another who impressed for Pompy last season, scoring 12 and assisting 13 goals in all competitions.
Gooch was a consistent performer for Sunderland last season as they narrowly missed out on promotion to the Championship.