Premier League Fulham are believed to be heading the queue of clubs chasing Bristol City winger Albert Adomah, skysports.com understands.
Adomah's form has been outstanding in recent weeks, and he has been a leading light in their resurgence under new boss Derek McInnes.
Leading scorer Nicky Maynard had been grabbing the headlines, but now Adomah is sharing the plaudits.
City have long stressed that neither Maynard or Adomah are available, and they have insisted that they are not looking to sell in January.
Indeed Adomah only signed a new long-term contract earlier this season, meaning City are in no need to sell unlike with Maynard who is out of contract at the end of the season.
Despite the firm stance from Ashton Gate, that has not put off the burgeoning interest in Adomah, and skysports.com understands more than half-a-dozen Premier League clubs have scouted him in the past month.
Fulham are one of those and could yet be tempted into making an offer next month.
Aston Villa, Everton, Bolton, Sunderland and Stoke are also reported to be keeping tabs on him.