Hull City chairman Paul Duffen has confirmed the club's interest in signing Newcastle United striker Michael Owen 'on the right terms'.
Owen's contract at St James' Park expires at the end of the month and, although Everton have been linked with a swoop for the former Liverpool star, Hull want to throw their cap in the ring.
Reports claim the Tigers are willing to offer Owen a one-year deal, with the option of a further 12 months and the terms will be heavily incetivised.
Duffen: "We're interested in Michael Owen on the right terms.
"He's a fantastic footballer. He's had a few injury problems, but we would have to be interested in him.
"If the right deal can be done then we would definitely be keen to sign him. We are an ambitious football club and we want to show that.
"It would be an enormous move for us, but the deal can be done if it is on the right terms."