Brentford are tracking the progress of young French forward Neal Maupay, according to reports in France.
The 20-year-old, who plays as either anywhere among Brentford's front three, was excellent for Ligue 2 side Brest when on loan from Saint-Etienne last season.
In 28 league appearances, Maupay scored 11 goals and helped Brest to a fifth placed finish in the division, just two points shy of title winners Troyes.
Maupay started his career at Nice, making his debut at just 16 years and 32 days old, and he went on to make 44 appearances for the southern France side, scoring on six occasions.
Saint-Etienne signed him for £600,000 in the summer of 2015 and he scored three times in 23 appearances for the club in all competitions, including the Europa League.
Internationally, Maupay has represented France at U16, U17, U19 and at U21 level. He is eligible to play for both France and Argentina, due to holding citizenship through his mother, at senior level.
Brentford have made a striker their main priority this summer but, were Jota to be sold, Maupay could also be seen as a potential replacement.