Wolverhampton’s David Davis is a player that has recently been struggling trying to find form after sustaining an ankle injury which forced him to stay out of the playing grounds for his team back in April of 2013.

After finishing at the top spot of the League One, Wolverhampton secured their promotion spot to the Championship League but Barnsley on the other hand will have to battle their way in the League One after sustaining an underwhelming season which saw them being relegated to the League One.

Barnsley is considering to sign a few players as a way to increase their chances of avoiding getting relegated anytime soon and one of their summer targets is David Davis as the English midfielder is not a consistent starter in his current club of Wolverhampton.

The head coach of Wolverhampton, Kenny Jackett confirmed and revealed to the media that Barnsley has displayed interest in signing the 25 year old English midfielder David Davis.

Kenny Jackett said: “There is and has been some interest in him. Barnsley is the strong contenders after expressing an interest in Dave and they’ve been talking to Kevin Thelwell. It’s ongoing, clubs are talking to us but nothing has been agreed as yet. Possibly it would be a loan until Christmas. He trained with us on Monday and we were expecting him to play last night at Telford. But as it stands at the moment there is nothing agreed.”

The English striker Troy Deeney of Watford is another target of Barnsley as the coach of the League One club Danny Wilson, is trying to upgrade his squad and compete once more in the Championship League but Troy Deeney will be a fairly more difficult player to sign as he is also in the radar of Queens Park Rangers and Leicester City.