The Huddersfield Town midfielder is reportedly a long-term target for Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Huddersfield Town fans are reacting to reports linking Wolverhampton Wanderers with the Terriers midfielder, Alex Pritchard.
Huddersfield paid £4 million less than that to prise the 25-year-old from Norwich City in January.
And his form since then has, according to the Daily Mirror, again alerted Wolves, who it states were first keen to sign him five years ago.
But what do those of a Huddersfield persuasion make of the speculation?
This is what they're saying on Twitter...
Wouldn’t buy Alex’s big toe— Nitrous Oxide Nigel (@htafcimages) December 7, 2018
Pritchard to @Wolves is hilarious! You can’t buy survival lads!— Hollie ⚽️ (@glitterterrier) December 7, 2018
MILHAN CHUNGH @MilhanIsLxthul: "They can **** off"
Topher @topher1784: "Nothing to see here Wolves... get yourselves ****** right off!!!!"
Paul @Paul98110723: "Alex Pritchard is £15m target for Wolves after impressing at Huddersfield why we going to sell our main player's you idiots stop talking ***** ooops it's the sun
Whether Huddersfield would consider selling Pritchard remains to be seen, especially with the Yorkshire side embroiled in a relegation battle.
And it is possible that Wolves will have to wait until the end of the campaign - and hope the Terriers go down - in order to get their man, who has scored two goals and set up the same amount in 27 games fro his current employers.
Could Pritchard leave Huddersfield for Wolverhampton Wanderers in January?