Helsingborg loanee Nikola Djurdjic is attracting interest from several clubs across Europe after catching the eye at Helsingborg.
Djurdjic joined Helsingborg on loan in August from FK Haugesund and featured in their UEFA Champions League qualifier against Celtic.
The Serbian striker has scored ten goals in just 11 appearances for Helsingborg and his performances have not gone unnoticed among clubs in bigger European leagues.
Haugesund sports director Asbjoern Helgeland has admitted they have been inundated with interest in the 26-year-old from clubs outside Scandinavia and that he is likely to be sold by the club.
"Clus call almost every day," Helgeland told Fotbolldirekt.se.
"There are also clubs outside Scandinavia, on a higher level than Norway and Sweden.
"We seriously doubt that he will play for us next season."