Championship side Brighton and Premier League duo West Ham and Tottenham Hotspurs are all monitoring Leyton Orient winger Moses Odubajo according to The Argus.
The 20-year old winger has impressed his critics this past season with a an array of superb performances for the O’s last season. However, he was unable to help his club attain Championship status.
Following his fine form a trio of English clubs are interested in his services.
Brighton & Hove Albion are apparently ready to bid for Odubajo following their failure to sign him in January. It is believed that new manager Sami Hyypia is a keen admirer of the winger and hopes to add him to his squad.
West Ham have monitored the 20-year old throughout the season, sending scouts to cast their eyes over the player and it is thought that the reports are positive and they could make a move for him.
Spurs have also sent scouts to watch Odubajo’s fine form this past season and new manager Mauricio Pochettino is keen to add a homegrown status to his side and sees Odubajo as an ideal future player for the club.
The 20-year old winger is currently contracted to Orient until 2015 and the League One side are keen to tie their star player down to a long term deal.