Neil Warnock has confirmed that Leeds United have received 'a number of offers' for last season's leading goalscorer Ross McCormack.
The striker is expected to leave Elland Road over the summer as he has 12 months remaining on his contract and has not agreed a new deal.
Crystal Palace and Huddersfield Town have both been linked with bids for McCormack, with Warnock admitting there has been interest in the striker.
"We've had a number of offers for Ross and we've had enquiries for other players," said Warnock on the club's official website. "As and when it's right to tell people any more we will."
A move to Huddersfield would see McCormack reunited with former Leeds boss Simon Grayson, who has already snapped up Adam Clayton from his old club.
Clayton was also unable to agree a new contract with Leeds and Warnock has explained why he was prepared to let the midfielder go.
Warnock added: "I spoke to Adam and I think he's got the contract he wanted.
"I couldn't guarantee him the position he wanted here because I have some irons in the fire in the midfield area.
"Sometimes you have to forfeit players and I want to bring in the players I want to bring in."