Turkish club Fenerbahce have set their sights on signing Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa when the January transfer window opens, Sports Extra reports.

The 26-year-old, who returned from a two months injury layoff on Saturday, was linked with the Yellow Canaries last summer before he opted to join Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr.

According to Turkish paper, Fanatik, Fenerbahce are hoping to boost their attacking options and they see Musa as a good back-up for Vedat Muriqi and Mevlut Erdnc.

The paper quoted Fenerbahçe president Ali Koc as saying that the club are in search of a player of different quality to Vedat Muriqi and Mevlut Erdnc in the attack.