Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis has reportedly identified two of his former West Bromwich Albion players as transfer targets for the summer.
Earlier this season, the Baggies parted company with Pulis but the Welshman quickly secured the Boro job, with the 60-year-old winning eight of his first 16 games at the Riverside Stadium.
The North-East side are attempting to gain promotion to the Premier League but regardless of whether or not they can earn an immediate return to the top flight, it appears that Pulis wants to bring in two familiar faces.
Brunt has spent over a decade with the West Midlands outfit, making 367 appearances in all competitions, but the Northern Ireland international has not been a regular since Pulis's departure.
Morrison has spent a large portion of the current campaign on the sidelines, and the Scot may be tempted into a switch back to the club where he started his professional career.