Burnley goalkeeper Lee Grant expects the club to field significant interest in star striker Jay Rodriguez this summer.
The 22-year-old earned a place in the Championship's PFA Team of the Year after netting 21 goals in 42 appearances this season.
The former England Under 21 international has just one year left to run on his current deal at Turf Moor and offers from Sunderland and Newcastle for the livewire forward are understood to have been rejected in the past.
However, with Norwich, Reading and Celtic, plus several other clubs, believed to be monitoring Rodriguez's situation, Grant believes that the world is his team-mate's oyster.
"It has been well documented how well Jay has done this season and for a club like Burnley it will be very difficult to keep hold of him," Grant told Sky Sports.
"The calibre of clubs that will be looking at him are from the Premier League and if they come knocking with huge financial sums it will hard for the club to say no I'd imagine.
"It would be a shame for the squad because we'd love to have him here next season and he has been an integral part of us this year.
"He is a young player that can still do a lot of good things for Burnley, but we can only wish him all the best if he does move on.
"He will be tough to replace, with the 21 goals that he has contributed this season, but saying that we've got some great young players here that have done really well alongside him.
"Danny Ings has come through and scored a good few, showing a lot of promise as a 19-year-old player.
"Charlie Austin knows where the net is and has scored his fair share as well, so I'm sure he will be okay if Jay does leave and the gaffer might benefit by using the generated funds to strengthen in the summer."