Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has confirmed his interest in Sevilla striker Luis Fabiano.
Fabiano scored three goals as Brazil reached the quarter-finals of the recent World Cup finals in South Africa.
Manchester United and AC Milan have been strongly linked with moves for the 29-year-old frontman in recent transfer windows.
However, Spurs also interested in landing a striker who has been prolific during five years in La Liga.
"Yes, I like him. He's a fabulous player and would be a brilliant addition to any team," Redknapp told Soccernet.
"It was put to us that he might be available, but we've not made contact his club Sevilla and, to be perfectly honest, I haven't sat down to discuss any transfer targets with our chairman Daniel Levy, apart from trying to do a deal with Joe Cole.
"I am not unhappy with the squad I have, but of course if a special player came along I would look at it and Fabiano is a special player all right.
"For sure, he is a class act, but I don't know what he earns. He might be on mega money, so it might prove to be impossible for us."