Blues move for DJ

Last updated : 31 January 2006 By Smallsy
After his Cup heroics at the weekend after after being touted by several pundits as a player able to play at a high level in the future.

The former Yeading man is now understood to be wanted by Birmingham City who are struggling for survival in the Premiership. With the capture of Chris Sutton already they are hopful of adding Dj Campbell to Emile Heskey and Mikkael Forsell.

His two goals this weekend sparked an interest in his contribution to the Brentford team. Compaired to Ian Wright by ex-team mate Lee Dixon because of his pace and raw talent DJ may not be able to resist a move to the big time, though boss Martin Allen will be wanting to keep hold of the player he signed from the non-league in the Summer.

The fee quoted by Birmingham chairman David Gold is £500,000 but the 24-year old would be much missed if he were to move as his 12 goals this season have helped the Bees into fifth place.