Nottingham Forest have had Tyler Walker in their ranks for his entire career after recruiting the forward for their academy in 2006.
The 21-year-old graduated from the youth setup in 2015 and has gone on to experience a handful of loan spells.
Walker has had stints at Burton Albion, Stevenage, Port Vale and Bolton Wanderers.
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The young attacker joined Bolton in January for the second half of the 2017-18 campaign, but he made just five appearances in total.
In fact, Walker started just three Championship fixtures for the Trotters.
As for Forest, they used the forward on 16 occasions in all competitions, and in that time, he scored four goals and created a single assist.
On Tuesday, The Nottingham Post claimed that Mansfield Town boss David Flitcroft is an admirer of Walker.
There are no indications as yet that the League Two outfit are planning to make a move, but the publication states that Forest would be open to offloading him on loan.
Forest fans have been giving their take on the situation via Twitter.
Interesting to see that Flitcroft admires Walker, especially considering he hasn’t really done much or impressed in his career yet. Loan would do him good but actually, is he ever going to feature in the plans at #NFFC? Maybe one to sell and wish all the best.
— Dan (@Dan_LowerBC) June 27, 2018
Would do him good bang in 20+ goals in lge 2 like grant at notts
— frank the tank ?????? (@frankthetank622) June 26, 2018
Surely if he couldn’t get a game at Bolton he’s not good enough? Average league one striker in my opinion
— Jason ™️ (@JasonIB93) June 26, 2018
Without sounding harsh he needs to go don’t think he will cut it in the championship . Cash in on any potential value he has
— Ant (@ant_nffc) June 26, 2018
Could not even get game at Bolton, league one at best. But let’s be honest if a player is good, they won’t be league 2 long, better to go and play and prove yourself.
— Anthony Nix (@AnthonyDavidNix) June 26, 2018
Needs to go. Not good enough for what we need. He’s never impressed enough.
A move is the best thing for both parties
— bosstrade (@bosstrade) June 26, 2018
I think a transfer away will be best for all parties…. Lets say we get the results we want… he certainly isnt premiership quality
— Andrew Chard (@Chardgrills) June 26, 2018
After the last few years, I don’t think it’d be the worst things to let him play at a level where he can really express himself.
— Rowd (@RowdenJRSG) June 26, 2018