QPR and Nottingham Forest are rumoured to be lining up a move for Luton Town midfielder Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu, according to the Bedfordshire News.
The 23-year-old started his career with non-league side Boreham Wood before joining West Ham United.
He then moved on to Luton Town where he's made 52 appearances this season.
The midfielder has been widely tipped to become a Premier League player by current manager Nathan Jones.
Speaking to the Bedfordshire News, he said: "He such a popular member of the squad, at the heart and soul of everything, and he has now added a seriousness to his game as well. He's got such good attributes – Premier League attributes. He will get there, hopefully with us.
"It's all about his application, and we've talked to Pelly about certain things – the way he parks his car for example is unique. He puts in literally in the middle of the car park and messes up everyone's exit route. He thought it was funny. Once is funny, twice is okay, but after the 50th or 60th time maybe not.
"But he's added a real discipline to his game now. He can play as a centre half, but I think defensive midfielder is his best position. I've even tried him in a number 10 position, he's so versatile."