Scunthorpe chairman Steve Wharton has not resigned himself to losing star striker Gary Hooper.
Hooper was the club's leading scorer in the Championship this season with an impressive 19 goals from 35 appearances.
The likes of Wigan, Middlesbrough and Celtic have all been credited with an interest while bids have also been rejected for the 22-year-old.
Although Wharton has acknowledged interest is hotting up in the club's prized asset, he claims it is not inevitable that the striker will leave Glanford Park.
"There are four or five clubs showing an interest in Gary," Wharton told the Scunthorpe Telegraph.
"We have had some bids too, but these have been turned down.
"If someone comes in with an offer that we cannot refuse, and providing it is a club that Gary wants to go to, then something might happen. But I cannot second guess what will happen.
"I am not resigned to losing Gary this summer - but I would not be surprised if a transfer does happen."