Swindon boss Danny Wilson has admitted the club may be willing to sell striker Charlie Austin but only at the right price.
Austin, 21, has continued on from his great debut campaign for the Robins last season, netting 15 goals so far this season in just 21 matches.
Championship side Hull City had a bid for Austin rejected last week and it seems as if only a substantial offer will tempt Town to part with their prize asset.
Wilson told the Swindon Advertiser: "Whether they (interested clubs) come up with a price in the area of which we may do business, I don't know.
"You've just got to look at the market place right now and players going for certain fees. Look at Charlie's ability, his age and what is in front of him - it makes you look at him and say he is worth this or that?
"As with all goalscorers, he can step up again. Strikers are at a premium and while he keeps banging the goals in then I presume his stock will go up."