Walsall boss Jon Whitney has confirmed in the Walsall Advertiser that Tom Bradshaw may leave the Bescot Stadium this summer.
Bradshaw has been tracked by a whole host of teams with Glasgow Rangers, Birmingham City and Preston North End believed to be interested.
Walsall had to fend off bids for their star striker in January, and they do so, but Whitney has suggested that keeping hold of the 23-year-old beyond this summer could be tough.
"I'm very dynamic and proactive. I'll deal with what's in front of me. If Tom moves on, I'll wish him all the best,” Whitney said.
"I wouldn't worry for one minute about it because once he's gone, he's gone. I couldn't do anything about that.
"I'll do what I can to keep him but if he goes I'll find somebody else.”
Rangers are said to be leading the race for Bradshaw at the moment, with Mark Warburton interested in the striker.
Warburton has targeted the Football League this summer, with the Ibrox side’s boss keen to use his contacts in England.
Bradshaw was one of the stand out players in League One last season, when he helped fire Walsall into the play offs.
The Welsh international netted 20 goals in all competitions for the Saddlers, as they put together an impressive campaign.