Sky Sports understands a host of clubs are weighing up moves for Tottenham winger David Bentley when the transfer window opens next month.
Bentley is set to return to White Hart Lane in January when his loan spell at Russian club FC Rostov expires.
It remains to be seen if Bentley will figure at Tottenham under Andre Villas-Boas upon his return to North London, with Spurs well stocked in the midfield department.
The 28-year-old has impressed during his spell at Rostov and is thought to be keen on playing regular first-team football when he returns to England in the New Year.
A number of Premier League clubs are monitoring Bentley's situation and are ready to move for him on loan with a view to a permanent deal.
Bentley has admitted he has enjoyed his time in Russia and is waiting to find out where his future lies when he returns to Tottenham.
"I have really enjoyed my time at Rostov and I am feeling fully fit after playing on a regular basis," Bentley told Sky Sports.
"I will return to Tottenham in January and find out what is happening with regards my future, but ideally I want to be playing - whether that be at Tottenham or somewhere else."