WANDERERS are one of a group of Championship clubs considering a loan bid for Nottingham Forest striker Tyler Walker.

The pacy 21-year-old looks to be heading out of the City Ground in January and would suit the mould of player Phil Parkinson has been looking to add to his attack.

Son of former England international Des Walker, Tyler Walker has scored four goals in 16 games for Forest this season.

He finished last season with six goals in 15 games for Port Vale in League One and Stevenage in League Two.

Sources at Forest suggest a number of clubs have enquired about Walker’s availability but claim Bolton are keenest to take him until the end of the season.

Parkinson has been searching for a new front man to give him different options up front after Adam Armstrong’s return to Newcastle United.