Brentford forward Ollie Watkins has been tipped for the Premier League, according to a scouting report on ESPN.
The report states that Watford and Bournemouth would be suitable destinations for the eight goal man.
The Hornets appointed Bees' head of recruitment Andy Scott to their back-room team last month and he played a key role in the signing of Watkins.
However, the Bees do not need to sell their stars in January, after bringing in £12million from relegation battlers Birmingham in August for Harlee Dean, Maxime Colin and Jota.
And they will be expecting a sharp increase on the £1.8m they spent on bringing him to Griffin Park.
The scouting report describes Watkins as: "A flying inverted winger who plays on the left but surges in-field on his stronger right foot, Watkins is a menace to Championship defences. His slaloming dribbling style, upper body strength and rapid acceleration allow him to burst past defenders on direct runs towards goal.
"Around the box, the 21-year-old is hugely productive. He possesses a keen eye for goal, capable of finishing on either foot, along with the awareness to pick out teammates.
"Watkins has averaged more shots per game than any other player in the second tier this season, although occasionally his direct style can lead to careless decisions in the final third."
When it came to which Premier League sides Watkins would fit in at, the report added: "Given his impressive form in the Championship, Brentford are set to make a healthy profit on their £1.8 million investment should Premier League clubs come calling for Watkins.
He would suit a team looking for an injection of pace and creativity, with Bournemouth and Watford two of the more suitable top-flight destinations."