Huddersfield Town are just one of a string of clubs being linked with Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw.
Birmingham City, Preston North End and Wolves as well as Glasgow Rangers are all reported to have the 23-year-old their radar.
Swindon Town reportedly made a £500,000 bid in the close-season.
An unused substitute in Wales’ friendly against Holland in November, he has notched 12 times in all competitions for the League I Saddlers this season.
That’s after leading the goal chart with 20 last time around, when Walsall reached the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final at Wembley.
Ex-Aberystwyth Town player Bradshaw, signed from Shrewsbury Town in June 2014, was awarded a contract extension through to 2017 during the summer.
He returned from an ankle injury picked up against his old club at the start of December when Walsall faced Rochdale on Saturday.
Bradshaw, who was troubled by a hamstring problem last season, came off the bench in the 59th minute.
Capped eight times at Under 21 level by Wales, the 5ft 10in player has impressed national boss Chris Coleman.
“He is a goalscorer and a confident boy,” said Coleman.
“He has got that little bit of something in and around the box for sure. Sooner or later Tom will make his debut.”