Peterborough have announced a Premier League club have had an offer accepted for star striker Craig Mackail-Smith.
Mackail-Smith has openly expressed his desire to play at the top level after firing Posh to League One play-off success and is expected to leave London Road when he returns from holiday.
And a statement on the club's official website read: "The football club can confirm that a bid has been accepted from a Premier League club for Craig Mackail-Smith, but no decision will be made until he returns from holiday."
Newly-promoted Norwich and QPR have both been linked with the Scotland international, while relegated duo Birmingham and West Ham were also believed to be in the frame.
Peterborough chairmain Darragh MacAnthony told BBC Sport that interest in the striker was apparent: "At the moment there is anything between eight and 11 clubs involved.
"We've got two concrete offers and when you get into an auction you always try and push those offers up."
Meanwhile Kelvin Langmead, Scott Griffiths, Exodus Geohaghon, Dominic Green, Arron Davies, James Wesolowski, Lee Frecklington, Chris Whelpdale and Charlie Lee have all been transfer-listed by Posh.