Leeds United, Nottingham Forest and QPR are weighing up late moves for Scunthorpe United midfielder Funso Ojo, according to the Daily Mirror [live blog entry 12:17].
Ojo has impressed since joining the League One side from Willem II in Holland's top flight last summer.
However, the chance to play for a club of Leeds, Forest or QPR's standing could be too good to miss, even with Scunthorpe looking good for a play-off place.
The report does not state how much Ojo, who moved to Glanford Park on a free transfer, would cost the Championship trio.
However, the 26-year-old has a Transfermarkt valuation of £900,000.
Ojo began his career at PSV Eindhoven and also had spells at Beerschot, Royal Antwerp, Dordrecht and Willem before moving to England.
Leeds and Nottingham Forest were both said to be chasing ex-Middlesbrough midfielder Adam Forshaw this month - a battle which was eventually won by the Yorkshire side.
Which of Leeds United, Nottingham Forest or Queens Park Rangers would be the best fit for Ojo?