Sky Sports understands Swedish youngster Samuel Aziz could be closing in on a move to English football with several League One and Two clubs interested in the striker.
The 22-year-old, who impressed Stoke City while on trial last summer, is a free agent following the conclusion of his deal with lower league club Limhamn Bunkeflo.
Aziz had a trial with Arsenal and Juventus earlier in his career and he has also learned from the best having been mentored by Swedish great Henrik Larsson.
"Samuel Aziz has been very well developed in Sweden and is a lad who fits many attacking formations and systems," said his agent Faizal Khan.
"Samuel already did well when on trial at Stoke City and has been on the radar of British clubs since he burst onto the scene as a teen at Helsingborg.
"He's exceptionally quick with or without the football, a great first touch, tall and always knows where the goals are.
"Samuel Aziz in my eyes is the closest thing Swedish Football has to Theo Walcott and I personally back this lad to make a big impact in England in 2014."