Huddersfield Town have reportedly opened talks with Derby County attacker Tom Ince over a move this summer.
Ince scored 14 times and provided six assists in 45 Championship appearances for Derby last season, and it is understood that the 25-year-old is keen to try his hand in the Premier League once again.
According to The Sun, Huddersfield want to sign Ince on a season-long loan for the 2017-18 campaign, with the view to signing the attacker on a permanent basis if they manage to stay in the Premier League.
The same report claims that David Wagner's team are prepared to pay Derby a loan fee, in addition to covering Ince's £30,000-a-week wages for the entirety of the agreement.
Ince, who started his professional career with Liverpool, scored three times in 18 appearances for England's Under-21 team between 2012 and 2014.