FC Twente goalkeeper Nikolay Mihaylov claims to have been targeted by Fulham, but says they are not the only interested party.
The Cottagers are said to have made an approach for the Bulgarian shot-stopper during the winter transfer window.
They saw their apparent efforts to do a deal knocked back as Twente would have been left with little time in which to find a replacement.
It remains to be seen whether Fulham will return in the summer, with Martin Jol having expressed a desire to bolster his keeping ranks.
He will, however, not be alone in chasing Mihaylov's signature should a second move be made for a man who took in three years on Liverpool's books before heading for Holland in 2010.
The 24-year-old keeper told De Telegraaf: "There are more clubs interested than just Fulham.
"However, at the moment I want to focus fully on my job at Twente."