Barnet have turned down bids from two Championship clubs for winger Albert Adomah.
The 20-year-old has made a stunning impact in League Two since arriving at Underhill in January.
He has scored five goals and Bees manager Paul Fairclough admitted last week that Premier League scouts had already been to see him in action.
Barnet have now confirmed that two Championship clubs have made firm offers.
They have both been rejected but Barnet have admitted they would be willing to let Adomah go for the right price.
A statement on the club's official website said: "Neither Championship side wanted their offers publicised and we are respecting those wishes by not naming them or the size of the bids.
"We do not have to sell but if there is an offer that the club cannot refuse then we will not stand in Albert's way."
Adomah has been linked with Cardiff, Plymouth, Queens Park Rangers and Charlton, as well as Premier League clubs Tottenham, Manchester City, West Ham, Bolton and Sunderland.
Meanwhile, Barnet have confirmed that midfielder Neal Bishop did not break his leg in the 2-0 win at Accrington on Saturday but has suffered knee ligament damage.