Cardiff boss Dave Jones has admitted he would be prepared to sell Michael Chopra for the right price.
Chopra, who has scored 22 goals this season, recently signed a new deal at Cardiff to keep him at Ninian Park until 2011.
A number of clubs are thought to be monitoring the former Newcastle youngster and Jones concedes he would be prepared to cash-in on Chopra if the deal was right for the club.
"If someone comes in and the price is right, he (Chopra) would go," said Jones.
"Of course he might want to stay and I think by signing the new contract he's shown he does.
"But if a big club come knocking offering a lot of money, it can be hard to turn it down."