Barnsley boss Andy Ritchie has revealed striker Nathan Jarman has attracted the interest of League One outfit Chesterfield.
The Spireites are hoping to sign the 19-year-old on loan after some impressive displays last season.
Ritchie is keen for his young striker to gain further experience at a lower level and has confirmed Chesterfield are interested in bringing him to Saltergate next season.
Jarman was involved in Chesterfield's pre-season friendly against Matlock on Monday but as yet no deal has been agreed between the two clubs for a loan switch.
"I have not spoken with (Chesterfield assistant manager) Lee [Richardson] yet but I think they are going to monitor the situation with Nathan."
Meanwhile, Welsh Under-21 goalkeeper Kyle Letheren will get the chance to win a contract with Barnsley.
Letheren was released at the end of last season by Swansea City but will join Ritchie's squad for a trial this week.