HITC Sport understands Celtic, Rangers and Leeds United are ready to test Motherwell's resolve to hang on to highly-rated winger Marvin Johnson.
Johnson has been earning rave reviews in Scotland since joining Motherwel from Conference Premier side Kidderminster Harriers.
The 24-year-old played a key role in helping Motherwell secure their Scottish Premiership status with two eye-catching performances in the two-legged play-off win over Rangers.
The skilful wide-man scored in the second leg 3-0 win at Fir Park and picked up the man of the match award as he caused Rangers all sorts of problems with his wing play.
His displays against Rangers have alerted the Ibrox club as they look to rebuild for next season after missing out on promotion, while Scottish Premiership champions Celtic are also keeping tabs on Johnson following his superb start to life at Motherwell.
Championship outfit Leeds United are also admirers of Johnson and are weighing up a move for the player as Uwe Rosler looks to bolster his attacking options at Elland Road.
Johnson has a year left on his deal at Motherwell and the club are determined to keep their prized asset as they brace themselves for offers for the speedy winger.