'Rolls' Rhoys has put himself in the showroom window with his displays this term.

Celtic are believed to be resolute in their pursuit in capturing Huddersfield Town scoring sensation Jordan Rhodes this summer no matter what after failing to agree upon a fee in January.

Back then the Yorkshire club were desperate to retain their prized asset in the middle of a promotion campaign but are now resigned to losing their 22 year old hit man whether progression to the Championship is achieved or not.

With an incredible 33 goals scored already Rhodes is a much sought after talent and it was Celtic and West Ham who came closest to nabbing him three months ago. Both clubs however reportedly baulked at the £5m price set by Town but the Glasgow giant have no intention of doing so again particularly after being quoted over-the-odds for their other striking target Rapid Vienna’s Hamdi Salihi and seeing Baba Diawara plump for Sevilla instead.

Will all Rhodes lead to Scotland in August? Sorry, I couldn’t resist.

Also on Neil Lennon’s radar are two Charlton stars who have been instrumental in the Addicks amazing season that currently see them eight points clear of third-placed Sheffield Wednesday and surely on course for promotion.

With success often comes unwanted attention, something that rookie boss Chris Powell is fast discovering as a slew of scouts have flocked to the Valley running the rule over their bunch of exciting youngsters.

Home-grown midfielder Scott Wagstaff has already been the subject of Burnley interest and though he has been used sparingly of late his eye for a goal and work-rate down the right will induce bids in the region of £1m.

Left-back ‘Rolls’ Rhoys Wiggins meanwhile struggled to make an impact at Norwich before finding his feet at Bournemouth. Since his move to the capital however he has found another level and widely impressed, attracting attention from a variety of clubs but with Celtic heading the queue.

Interestingly should they follow through with a firm bid he will become the third Welsh full-back on their books, following the moves north of Joe Ledley and Adam Matthews though Ledley of course has since switched to a midfield berth.

Like Rhodes at Huddersfield the Londoners are resigned to losing their fantastic find but will still hold out for a decent return on Wiggins.

Indeed such is their resignation the Cutter understands that Powell is already making provisions for the Welsh Under-21’s departure with regular updates being passed onto him on the development of York City’s left-back Jamal Fyfield.