Bradley Wright-Phillips is keen on making a loan return to the Premier League, according to reports at ESPN FC.
The New York Red Bulls forward has carved a successful career stateside, establishing himself as one of the most potent attackers in the MLS since joining the club in 2013.
The former Southampton, Plymouth and Brentford ace has twice won the MLS Supporters’ Shield, as well as winning the MLS Golden Boot award last season since moving to the US.
His exploits are believed to have attracted interest from Premier League outfit Bournemouth, who are keen on bringing him back to the South Coast during the MLS off-season.
The Cherries lost star striker Callum Wilson to a serious ligament ailment earlier this season, and are understood to be keen on strengthening their frontline ahead of the January window.
Reports suggest that the player is open to a short-term return to the Premier League.
Son of former Arsenal legend Ian Wright, the 30-year old started his career as a youngster at Manchester City before leaving to join Southampton.