Carlisle United have confirmed there has been interest in Danny Graham amid reports of a £250,000 bid from Huddersfield Town.
Graham has scored 13 goals for the Cumbrians and notched in the recent 3-0 win over the Terriers at Brunton Park.
His display is reported to have impressed new Huddersfield boss Lee Clark sufficiently to make a bid for the former Middlesbrough youngster.
Though Carlisle chief executive David Allen acknowledged the interest in Graham, he did not disclose which clubs are looking to sign the forward.
"Danny Graham is a top goalscorer and it is inevitable he is going to attract interest," Allen told the News & Star.
"We can confirm there has been quite a bit of interest, even though it is very early days in the transfer window.
"And the type of money that has been talked about is well short of the price that we would put on Danny. We see him as a valuable asset to the club."
In addition to Huddersfield, Graham has also been linked with moves to Barnsley, Dundee United, Preston North End and Swansea City.