HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club that Swindon Town goalkeeper Wes Foderingham is a target for Championship duo Birmingham City and Brighton.
Foderingham is out of contract at the County Ground at the end of the season and there will no decision made on his future until after Swindon's involvement in the League One play-offs is finished.
The 24-year-old has earned himself a reputation as one of the best shot-stoppers outside the top two leagues since joining Swindon from Crystal Palace in 2012 after an initial successful spell on loan with the Robins.
Birmingham City are in the market for goalkeeping reinforcements this summer with No.1 'keeper Darren Randolph's contract expiring and yet to agree a new deal, while reserve goalkeeper Colin Doyle has already been released by the Blues.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton is looking to reshape his squad this summer after a disappointing campaign when they narrowly avoided relegation and he is believed to be keeping tabs on Foderingham's situation.
Swindon would like to keep Foderingham, but their hopes may depend on them winning promotion from League One, with Birmingham City and Brighton waiting in the wings to lure the athletic 'keeper away from the County Ground.