A host of clubs are monitoring York City striker Wes Fletcher, Sky Sports understands.
The 22-year-old moved to Bootham Crescent in the summer from Burnley and he has had an impressive campaign for the Minstermen.
He has bagged 13 goals in 25 starts in League Two and the FA Cup thus far, which has unsurprisingly seen a number of teams shown an interest.
The likes of Doncaster, MK Dons and Preston are understood to be monitoring his situation, although York would need to be persuaded to part with Fletcher, who has another year on his contract.
With 13 goals already to his name, Fletcher is determined to hit the 20-mark this term.
"I'd like to have got a few more goals but I am pleased up to now," he told the York Press.
"It's better when you are scoring and the team are winning as well, which we have been doing. I like to score as many goals as I can and I would be happy getting to 20, while helping the team get wins to shoot up the table."