Swansea City have had a solid start to the season under manager Graham Potter, with the Swans sitting in eighth place in the Championship, just six points off leaders Sheffield United.
Potter has gone about his business quietly in South Wales but his efforts are bearing fruits and he will be hoping this will continue at the weekend when they travel to Rotherham.
But with success in the Championship there is always a risk bigger clubs will come in and cherry pick your prized assets, and striker Oli McBurnie could fall into that category.
But is there likely to be any real interest in McBurnie in January?
There’s interest in most players in January isn’t there?
At least the mainstream media will have you believe there is.
McBurnie is doing well but I can’t see him being top of most side’s shopping lists.
With teams struggling for goals and others looking to add more to get higher up the league, there will certainly be interest in the striker this winter.
The January transfer window is a panic buy window at times and there will no doubt be clubs in the Premier League shrugging linked with the Scotland international.
Even the likes of Leeds and Middlesbrough who are towards the top of the league who might want to acquire his services to get them further up the table.
I don’t think he’ll be going anywhere.
McBurnie may have Swansea’s top goalscorer this season, but he hasn’t hit the sort of consistent form that would attract interest.
But he does face stiff competition from the likes of the returning Wilfried Bony soon and that could be the turning point in his form this season.
If McBurnie can net 20+ goals a season, then he would be attracting interest, but he is yet to fully make his mark on the Championship.
If he had carried on his form from the start of the season then yes.
However, he has gone off the boil in recent weeks and he went eight league games without a goal – before netting a brace against Reading.
Who knows what will happen?