Ipswich Town are interested in signing Barnsley striker Tom Bradshaw, according to The Mirror.

The Tractor Boys are also keen on a move for Bristol Rovers striker Ellis Harrison as Paul Hurst looks to freshen up his attack.

Ipswich have been facing strong interest in their forward, Martyn Waghorn, from the likes of Sheffield United and Nottingham Forest. The 28-year-old bagged 16 goals last season but is looking likely to leave them this summer.

Hurst is therefore keen on bringing in some more strikers and has set his targets. Barnsley’s Tom Bradshaw is one and he has been a man in demand this summer. The Wales international has been attracting attention from Championship sides Millwall and Hull City.

Bradshaw, formerly of Shrewsbury Town and Walsall, scored a combined 20 goals in the past two seasons in the second tier for Barnsley. The Tykes are keen to hold onto him this summer but are vulnerable to selling him if the price is right.

Ellis Harrison is another transfer target for Ipswich. He impressed last season in League One for Bristol Rovers and scored 14 goals for them. Hurst is believed to be a big fan of his and will know all about him having seen his former club Shrewsbury play against the Pirates in the last campaign.

Signing both Bradshaw and Harrison would be a statement of intent by Ipswich Town. Losing one of their main source of goals in Martyn Waghorn would be a real blow but if they can bring them two in as replacements, they could be a force to be reckoned with next season.