Tottenham reportedly still hold an interest in Dnipro winger Yevhen Konoplyanka.
Spurs look set to miss out on the top four again this season, so manager Mauricio Pochettino will obviously be looking to strengthen his squad.
After inconsistent displays from Andros Townsend and Erik Lamela this season, Pochettino should be looking to add another winger, and recent speculation suggests that he will do just that.
The Telegraph reported on Tuesday night that Spurs will look to engineer a swap deal for Everton winger Kevin Mirallas involving Aaron Lennon, whilst the Daily Mail now suggest that Tottenham have once again sent scouts to watch Ukraine international Konoplyanka.
Reports from the Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail in the last two January transfer windows suggested that Spurs wanted Konoplyanka, and with his Dnipro contract set to expire this summer, many clubs will belooking to sign him on a free transfer.
It seems that Tottenham still have an interest in Konoplyanka having allegedly sent scouts to watch him against Club Brugge last week - but they weren't the only ones in attendance.
The report also suggests that Chelsea and West Ham United were there to watch the 25-year-old wide man too, though Tottenham will feel confident that they can beat both teams off if they make a bid this summer.