Crystal Palace will table an improved offer to sign Ghana winger Albert Adomah from Bristol City in the summer.
The Eagles failed in their bid to sign the 25-year-old in January after seeing two bids rejected by the Ahston Gate outfit.
Palace’s potential qualification to the Premier League could however prove an added incentive to lure Adomah who has not hidden his desire to play in the English top flight.
Eagles manager Ian Holloway is still in the hunt for the replacement of Wilfried Zaha who is set to leave for Manchester United this summer.
Holloway sees the ex Barnet player as the suitable replacement and has asked the club’s Chief Executive to make efforts in landing his man.
“The fact of the matter is that I asked my chairman and my chief executive to ring quite a few people and ask what the situation was back in January,” he said.
“I was particularly looking in the wider areas and Bristol City have a very good player in Albert Adomah.
“Wilfried Zaha is leaving and that is still the case.”