Erik Huseklepp's agent is remaining tight-lipped that his client is on his way to Championship side Portsmouth.
The Norwegian striker is being tipped to leave Italian side Bari this month as the club are in financial difficulties.
Pompey are being heavily linked with the 26-year-old, who has previously interested SPL giants Celtic.
Huseklepp's agent Tore Pedersen believes his client will be on the move this month, but is refusing to say his destination.
"You will have to speak to Portsmouth about their transfers," Pedersen told The News. "I don't want to say anything.
"We'll wait and see if there's anything concerning Portsmouth.
"I'm sure something will happen with him before the close of the transfer window. Where he will go? I can't say.
"I think he would work well in England, though. He's hard working and always gives 100 per cent. That's what English people like.
"He can play all the positions up front in a 4-4-2 or a 4-3-3. He can score goals and he's a good provider.
"You can see his record is impressive with the Norwegian national team.
"There are a lot of clubs interested and I have heard about Portsmouth but it's down to the club to speak about their transfers."