Norwich trio Wes Hoolahan, Anthony Pilkington and Marc Tierney are all on the Republic of Ireland's radar ahead of next summer's European Championships.
Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni is weighing up all options over the make-up of his final 23-man squad for Poland and Ukraine and assistant manager Marco Tardelli was at Carrow Road for the Arsenal match last Saturday to watch the trio.
Tardelli, a World Cup winner in 1982, has revealed all three are being watched, adding they could feature in an upcoming friendly in February, the opposition for which has not yet been announced.
"We follow all players and we decide, Giovanni decides, when will be the right moment," Tardelli told the Norwich Evening News.
"Maybe it is possible they could play in the friendly, but I cannot say for sure.
"They know that we follow them, if they play everything is possible."
Hoolahan's solitary cap was in 2008 for a friendly against Colombia, while former Huddersfield winger Pilkington, 23, has played for the Under-21s and full-back Tierney, 26, is also eligible.
Tardelli has been impressed by the playmaker's development, the 29-year-old being an integral part of Norwich's double promotion back to the top flight under Paul Lambert.
"I know him (Hoolahan) from two or three years ago when we arrived in Ireland. He is a good player, good quality, a skilful player and I think now more experienced than three years ago.
"He can play in midfield but he can also play as the second striker. He sometimes plays in this position for Norwich which I think is good."
Tardelli added: "The Norwich team they are good players also Pilkington and Tierney is a good player.
"For us and the international team it is very good because they are young players for the future."