Sky Sports understands that Kidderminster winger Marvin Johnson is a target for a number of Football League clubs.
It is believed that Championship side Burnley are among those closely monitoring his situation ahead of the January transfer window.
League One pair Crewe and Colchester are also in the hunt, while Northampton would welcome the opportunity to add Johnson to their League Two ranks.
Johnson, who took in two trial spells at Burnley prior to signing for Kidderminster in January, has been mainly used as an impact substitute by the Harriers this season.
It has, however, been suggested that a lack of action can be put down to a clause in his contract which would entitle a former employer to a further payment when he starts a certain number of games.
His talents have, however, not gone unnoticed and he could now be on the move in the New Year, with his current deal set to expire at the end of the season.