Skysports.com understands a host of Premier League and Championship sides are tracking Motherwell winger Chris Humphrey.
Flying wide-man Humphrey has been earning rave reviews in the SPL and his performances have alerted a number of clubs in England and Scotland.
Scouts from Premier League and Championship clubs have been flocking to Fir Park to cast an eye over the 24-year-old.
It is believed representatives from Swansea, Sunderland, Newcastle, Bolton, Leicester, Birmingham and Rangers were all in attendance for Friday's game against Hibernian, only for the game to be abandoned at half-time due to an electrical fire.
Humphrey, who has virtually been an ever-present in the Motherwell side this season, has established himself as a key player in Stuart McCall's side and the Lanarkshire club are bracing themselves for bids for the wide-man when the transfer window reopens next month.
Motherwell would be reluctant to lose Humphrey, but they would find it hard to reject any sizeable offers for his services in January.
Humphrey admits he is not thinking about the speculation and is focused on doing his best for Motherwell.
"Speculation always happens, but I am not interested in speculation," Humphrey told skysports.com.
"My main focus is to do my best for Motherwell week in and week out.
"We were all really disappointed the game was abandoned on Friday as we were awful in the first half and we were looking to put on a good show in the second half."