Tasnim - Iranian international forward Saman Ghoddos is on the radar of English Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The 24-year-old was linked with a move in the summer but nothing materialized, Birmingham Mail reported.
However he is likely to be the subject of further interest in January after Wolves, QPR and Fulham sent scouts to watch him in action for Swedish side Ostersunds in their Europa League defeat to Athletic Bilbao earlier this month.
Ghoddos has been in prolific form in 2017, scoring 15 goals and setting up a further nine for Ostersunds who are managed by former West Brom and Birmingham City defender Graham Potter.
Club director Daniel Kindberg told Swedish media last month that Ghoddos would be valued at around £4.6 million.
QPR are unlikely to be willing to part with that sort of cash due to Financial Fair Play concerns.