Swindon Town are one of four clubs locked in a battle to land Crawley striker Charlie Ademeno.
The 21-year-old has become a target for a number of sides on the League ladder over recent weeks and is expected to be on the move before the January transfer window comes to a close.
No deal has been struck as yet with any of the many suitors monitoring his situation, but Crawley boss Steve Evans has confirmed that he is in regular contact with Swindon, MK Dons, Southampton and an unnamed SPL side.
Evans told the non-league club's official website: "The interest in the lad should come as no surprise to anyone.
"He is lightening quick, strong, moves well and scores goals so I would expect the likes of Paul Ince, Danny Wilson and Alan Pardew to be interested.
"Each of the clubs mentioned have been told privately where we value Charlie and at present that valuation has not been met by any club, but that of course may change."
Meanwhile, Swindon manager Wilson is confident a deal will soon be struck to extend Bolton forward Danny Ward's loan agreement until the end of the season.