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Kevin Doyle, the most underrated centre forward in Britain, as the caption says above, is available for transfer from Wolves, who were relegated from the Premier League last season.
The Irish striker does not have the greatest goals-to-games ratio, with 104 across 353 games but he is one of the hardest working players in the game today.
In fairness to Doyle, he has spent the vast majority of his young career playing for the likes of Reading and Wolves, and at 28, he is primed for one last big move to the Premiership.
Ask any Premier League centre half who was the toughest player they faced last season, and Doyle's name is guaranteed to crop up regularly. He is a players' player and is as tough and as strong as they come despite being only 6'0".
His game would benefit any number of teams who depend upon their centre forward taking the ball in and holding off their marker before laying it off to a supporting midfielder.
In short, Doyle—and try telling this to Giovani Trappatoni—is designed to play in a modern 4-2-3-1 and if given the support, he will not only create chances, but he would also score more goals given the better players he is playing with.
Who would Doyle suit, I hear you ask.
Well, at the moment, David Moyes and Everton are in pole position, having made their interest known, and they will most likely face stiff competition for his signature from the likes of Aston Villa, QPR, Stoke City and Fulham.
However, if push came to shove and if given the chance, Doyle would easily slot into the centre forward slot at any from Tottenham Hotspur to Liverpool, or even Arsenal, as he would become the foil to their creative and goal-scoring midfielders and support strikers.