Jay Simpson could be set to leave Arsenal this summer and a host of clubs are set to battle it out for his signature.
The young forward is a product of the Gunners' highly-famed academy but is yet to make his Premier League debut.
The 21-year-old has played for Arsenal in the Carling Cup and scored two goals in a 3-0 victory in his only ever start over Wigan, but he has never made a league appearance for the club and now looks set to leave.
Simpson has spent much of the last three seasons on loan, with Millwall, West Brom and last term with Queens Park Rangers - where he hit double figures in the Championship.
However, despite being highly thought of at Arsenal they are prepared to let him leave as he seeks regular first-team football.
News of Simpson's availability is set to alert a host of clubs in the Premier League and Championship.
West Ham, Fulham and Blackpool are all thought to be considering whether to offer him a Premier League chance, whilst Millwall, Nottingham Forest, Cardiff, Leicester City and QPR are all keen. Nigel Pearson looks set to become the Hull City manager and will also probably have Simpson on his hit list.
His advisor Uben Gray confirmed Simpson could leave the Emirates Stadium.
"Jay has had discussions with Arsene Wenger and Arsenal," he told skysports.com.
"Everyone at the club only has good things to say about Jay, including Arsene, but they appreciate he needs to be playing first-team football.
"And so they are ready to let him leave, but only if the deal is right for all parties."
Simpson currently has a year left on his contract at Arsenal.