Fulham are interested in signing Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone during the current transfer window as they also seek to complete a deal for Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg.

Martin Jol is keen to add further options to his squad after a poor run of results before Christmas which has seen them slip into the bottom half of the league.

Tom Huddlestone
Tom Huddlestone in action for Spurs in the Europa League [Reuters]

Huddlestone first moved to Spurs from Derby back in 2005 when Jol was managing the north London club and it is clear that the Dutch manager is still a big fan of the classy central midfielder.

The Daily Mail believes that Fulham will attempt to convince Tottenham to part with the midfielder but it seems they may have to make a cash offer as Andre Villas-Boas is not interested in allowing Huddlestone to move on-loan.

The 26-year-old did feature in the first team earlier this season but has since fallen down the pecking order as he attempts to compete with the likes of Scott Parker, Sandro, Moussa Dembele and Gylfi Sigurdsson for a place in the starting line-up.

With the news that another midfielder, Lewis Holtby, will be arriving in the summer, it may be that Huddlestone would be interested in a move to secure regular first team football.

Should the Tottenham midfielder arrive at Craven Cottage then he could be joined by Holland international goalkeeper Stekelenburg. The Mail has reported that the stopper will hold talks with Roma officials on Tuesday to discuss his future.

Stekelenburg's agent Rob Jansen admitted that the keeper could leave if talks do not go favourably, saying: "We will have an interview with the board. If this situation continues, we are gone."

The 30-year-old has been competing with Mauro Goicoechea for a regular first team place and has started just nine league games this season.

Fulham have previously managed to attract a top class Dutch goalkeeper to the club when they signed Edwin van der Sar from Juventus back in the summer of 2001.