All Whites and West Bromwich Albion striker Chris Wood is set to be loaned out from the English Premier League club for a fifth time, according to reports in England.
Birmingham's Sunday Mercury reports that second-tier London club Millwall have shown interest in Wood and are favoured to land the striker on loan, but there is also interest from other Championship clubs.
Wood sits below several strikers at The Hawthorns, with Shane Long, Peter Odemwingie, Romelu Lukaku, Marc-Antoine Fortune and Markus Rosenberg all keeping him out of Premier League action.
The 20-year-old is currently on international duty with the All Whites; he scored in the World Cup qualifying win over New Caledonia on Friday and will line up against the Solomon Islands in Auckland tomorrow.
But when he returns to the Midlands next week, the Sunday Mercury expects he will be allowed to leave to get regular football.
It again thrusts his long-term future at West Brom into question - since his move there three years ago and an early taste of Premier League action, the strapping striker has had loan stints with Barnsley, Brighton, Bristol City and Birmingham City.
He is off contract with Albion at the end of this season.
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