Tottenham are considering a somewhat surprising summer swoop for Fulham striker Bobby Zamora, it has been claimed.
According to The People, Spurs are ready to tempt the Cottagers into parting with the 30-year-old, by offering Peter Crouch in part-exchange.
Zamora spent only six months with Spurs in 2003, having joined from Brighton, before being shipped out to West Ham as part of a deal which saw Jermain Defoe move to White Hart Lane.
However, Zamora has drastically enhanced his reputation in recent seasons - finding the net with increasing regularity - and was even rewarded with an England call-up by Fabio Capello.
Whether or not Spurs harbour a genuine interest in Zamora remains to be seen, but the acquisition of added firepower is known to be a priority during the transfer window for Harry Redknapp.
The Spurs boss has been linked with numerous potential forward acquisitions, but looks set to miss out on the likes of Giuseppe Rossi and Emmanuel Adebayor.
Spurs have also been tipped to make an ambitious move for Chelsea's Didier Drogba, while Uruguay star Diego Forlan has previously been on Redknapp's radar.