Skysports.com understands a host of clubs are monitoring the situation of Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes.
The 21-year-old has been a regular scorer for the Terriers since joining from Ipswich Town in 2009 and is attracting interest from teams in the Championship.
He started Huddersfield's opening game of the season against Bury, but was an unused substitute for last weekend's draw at Rochdale after returning from Scotland Under 21 duty.
Rhodes signed a two-year extension in the spring to be contracted at the Galpharm Stadium until 2015 and Huddersfield have previously insisted he is not for sale.
Crystal Palace showed an interest in the player during the summer and are understood to be still keeping tabs on Rhodes.
Championship rivals Barnsley, Middlesbrough and Millwall are also understood to be weighing up whether to move for Rhodes before the transfer window closes.