Burnley have made no secret of their desire to strengthen their squad, if possible, in January.
Clarets boss Sean Dyche has what he feels is his most competitive squad since his Turf Moor arrival but, there are still areas that can be added to moving forward.
Towards the top of that list is a new right back as competition for Matt Lowton and Phil Bardsley.
The latter is currently in possession of the shirt but is out of contract in the summer and, at 34, is not a long term solution.
Lowton has been out of form this season and seemed short on confidence in the defeat to Spurs earlier this month.
So a move for Derby County right back Jayden Bogle ticks a lot of boxes.
Burnley are long-term admirers of the teenager and first showed their hand a year ago.
Since then Bogle has established himself as first choice for the Rams and Burnley's need to add in that area has increased.
Bogle has made 66 appearances for Derby since breaking into the side at the start of last season and impressed for Philip Cocu's side in the weekend clash with Millwall.
Derby are down in 16th spot in the Championship with any hopes of a play-off push quickly receeding.
But the Rams will only sell if the price is right and while they have not put a figure on the 19-year-old's head, it will surely take an offer of more than £10million to prise him away given he still has two and a half years remaining on his Pride Park deal.
Bogle has been watched by a plethora of Premier League clubs, with Brighton and Bournemouth two others to have shown interest, while Italian giants AC Milan have also reportedly entered the fray.
A January exit for Bogle appears unlikely, unless the fee really is too good to turn down, and given Burnley's reluctance to over-spend then any prospective Turf Moor move looks far more likely to happen in the summer.
Burnley have signed Matej Vydra and Jeff Hendrick from the Rams in recent seasons, both in August, and that will give the Clarets heart that a deal can be done with the Midlands side once again.
He fits the bill for the Clarets and we spoke to Derbyshire Live's Derby County correspondent Steve Nicholson for the lowdown on what kind of player the full back is and the club's transfer stance.
"Derby have always said that they won't sell Jayden unless the offer is right for the club and too good for the club to turn down, and that goes for every player they have got," said Nicholson.
"They see him as a 19-year-old who is developing nicely and they probably see his value going up rather than down.
"Last season was a real surprise because no-one had really seen him before and he came into the team and did really well. He was young player of the year.
"He was injured at the start of this season and as he has come back he found his way a bit and in the last few weeks he has impressed but Derby are struggling and finding things very difficult at the moment."
From watching him play it is clear that Bogle has plenty to offer going forward and still has room for development.
"He started as a winger so that tells you a lot about how he is as a full back," added Nicholson.
"He has a lot of energy, likes to join in in the opposition half and gets forward a lot.
"Like a lot of full backs in today's game his defending is not necessarily his strength but that goes for a lot of young full backs.
"He gets up and down and has decent pace. His end product could improve but he is still only a young kid so that will come with his decision making.
"You can certainly see why he catches the eye."