Skysports.com understands Premier League trio Tottenham, Arsenal and Stoke are tracking Newcastle goalkeeper Fraser Forster.
Forster, who is on loan at Norwich from the Magpies, is regarded as one of the most promising English keepers in the country.
The 21-year-old has yet to make a first team appearance at St James' Park, but he has enjoyed loan spells at Stockport, Bristol Rovers and Norwich.
Forster has been earning rave reviews at League One hopefuls Norwich this season and Premier League scouts have been monitoring his progress.
Spurs have held a long-term interest in Forster and he could help solve Harry Redknapp's problem of bringing in cover for Heurelho Gomes with Carlo Cudicini out for the rest of the season.
Arsenal chief Arsene Wenger is also thought to be an admirer of Forster and is weighing up a move for the giant shot-stopper.
Stoke have now entered the race with doubts surrounding the future of Thomas Sorensen and Steve Simonsen at the Britannia Stadium.
Potters boss Tony Pulis is believed to be keen on signing Portsmouth veteran David James and Forster could be a good option as a No.2.