Huddersfield Town fans believe Nahki Wells is worth £8m - according to a poll we ran last week.
The 26-year-old scored 18 goals in all competitions for Town last season and has been at the centre of much speculation this transfer window.
Norwich City and Derby County are both thought to be keen on the Bermudian who joined the Terriers for a then club-record £1.3m from Bradford City in January 2014.
Town, who have the player contracted until 2018, say no bid has been received for Wells, and boss David Wagner is relaxed over the striker's future.
But Town fans would be happy to see their man go for £8m - should they be given enough time to reinvest the money in a replacement.
A £6.7m profit would be seen as good business by the club but, with the inflated fees being paid for other Championship talent, Town could well demand more should either of the sides firm up their interest.
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Aston Villa's £12m capture of Ross McCormack is a statement of intent from the fallen Premier League giant, and other clubs hoping to be at the business end of the Championship are scrambling to add more firepower into their attacking units.
Cameron Jerome, Steven Naismith and Kyle Lafferty are Norwich's current crop of forwards, with Derby boss Nigel Pearson having Darren Bent, Chris Martin, Andreas Weimann, Johny Russell and Abdoul Camara at his disposal.
Fulham are also thought to be interested in Wells after losing their two top scorers from last season - McCormack and Moussa Dembele.