Hull are hoping to sign Rangers striker Daniel Cousin in a deadline day move, skysports.com understands.
The Tigers have made their move for Cousin following his impressive showing in Sunday's Old Firm derby win over Celtic.
The powerful forward scored a superb solo goal before later being sent off for a second bookable offence.
Hull boss Phil Brown is keen to bolster his attack before the transfer window slams shut and he is hoping to push through a deal for Cousin.
Cousin has been expected to leave Rangers all summer after falling out of favour before his surprise inclusion in the side against Celtic.
Rangers are now weighing up whether or not to sell Cousin following his return to form at the weekend.
Cousin's agent, Willie McKay, confirmed Hull are interested and that it all depends on Rangers.
"Hull have expressed an interest in Cousin and we are now waiting to hear from Rangers to see what they want to do with him," McKay told skysports.com.