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SWEDEN'S top domestic goalscorer Johan Paulsson has revealed that it is Coventry City that is watching him, with new boss Roland Nilsson looking to his homeland to strengthen his squad.

Having lost John Hartson to Celtic, The Sky Blues have relied on Jay Bothroyd, Ysrael Zuniga (pictured), Jairo Martinez and Lee Hughes, but it is felt that a more powerful forward is needed.

"I am realistic concerning my chances to become a professional, it's now or never.  England is the most interesting, I have also got inquiries from Norway and could consider joining a top side in Allsvenskan from Skaane (southern tip of Sweden).

"I will of course also talk to Orebro," said Paulsson to Expressen, with the club aiming to extend his contract.  However, the striker added: "I have no problems with leaving as a Bosman."

The 30-year-old already has 12 goals this season and has been in fine form for his club.