Skysports.com understands Bolton are among a host of clubs chasing Nottingham Forest striker Nathan Tyson.
Tyson has impressed this season in League Two and he has notched seven goals so far this term.
His performances have attracted the interest of a plethora of teams with Forest boss Colin Calderwood recently admitting scouts have been taking in a number of their games in recent weeks.
Bolton, along with West Brom, Queens Park Rangers and Bristol City, are all thought to be tracking Tyson and all clubs had representatives watch the former Reading trainee in action against Brighton last Friday, when he scored two goals.
Gary Megson, who has also been linked with the forward's team-mate Kris Commons, is believed to be a big admirer of Tyson and is considering making a move for the player when the transfer window reopens.
Forest are keen to keep hold of the former Wycombe hit-man as they bid to win promotion from League One, but they know they could face a fight to keep him if they receive a big offer for his services.