Millwall star Fred Onyedinma is a wanted man in the Championship and it is believed Brentford have entered the race to sign him.
The wide man was part of the Lions' successful promotion campaign in League One last season and is attracting interest quickly.
Queens Park Rangers and Watford are keen, but Brentford are now considering an offer.
Onyedinma scored six times in 54 games in all competitions last season and came through Millwall's academy.
He spent time on loan at Wycombe Wanderers in the 2014/15 season but has now established himself as a first team regular at The Den.
Millwall boss Neil Harris has said it is looking more and more likely that Onyedinma will stay at the club, despite reported interest.
However, his contract runs out this summer and it was widely reported that he was set to leave The Den for pastures new - and he had no shortage of suitors.
"At one point, it looked as though we may lose Fred," Harris told local press in south-east London, News Shopper.
"But now it looks as though we may be able to keep him. That's what we want. He is a talented boy with a very bright future - we want that to be at this club. We want to continue working with him."