Shrewsbury star Chris Humphrey is mulling over the club's offer of a new deal amid interest from other sides.
Humphrey is regarded as one of the brightest prospects in the lower leagues after catching the eye at Shrewsbury this season.
Premier League duo Everton and Aston Villa have been credited with an interest in the flying winger, while a number of Championship clubs are also thought to be monitoring his situation.
Humphrey is coming to the end of his contract and Shrewsbury would be entitled to compensation if he does leave as he is under 24.
Shrewsbury, who put off contract talks earlier this year until the end of the season, have tabled a new deal to Humphrey and are thought to have imposed a deadline of next Tuesday for the player to make a decision on his future.
Humphrey's agent Jesse Learoyd Hill confirmed the former West Brom youngster is mulling over Shrewsbury's offer of a new deal.
"I can confirm Shrewsbury have made an offer to keep Chris aware of alleged interest elsewhere," Learoyd Hill told skysports.com.
"As it stands he is out of contract, but being under 24 there would be a compensation figure if he were to leave Shrewsbury.
"I am aware of a lot of rumours of other clubs being interested in Chris, but Shrewsbury have made an offer and that is all we are considering at the minute."