Clubs are on alert over the future of Bristol City striker Kieran Agard, HITC sources understand.
HITC has been told there have been enquiries from Championship side Fulham, League One club Wigan Athletic, and Scottish champions Celtic.
All three clubs are keen to learn if there is potential for a move, as the transfer window heads into it's final week before the deadline.
Fulham's transfer embargo would mean they are not in the running to bring him in this month permanently, but still have an interest in bringing him in potentially in the future, or could seek to strike a loan deal.
Agard has made 15 appearances this season, scoring three times - but these figures look better when taking into account only six of the games he has played in have been starts.
Bristol City recently fired manager Steve Cotterill, leaving even more uncertainty over Agard's situation.
The Robins signed Agard from Rotherham United last season, and he netted 14 goals as he helped them earn promotion back to the Championship.
His most recent goal came in the FA Cup draw with Premier League side West Brom.
Agard began his career in Arsenal's youth academy, before joining Everton's, and is now 26.