Leyton Orient are facing a fight to hang on to midfielder Romain Vincelot, with a host of Championship clubs keen to snap up the 28-year-old, reports Sky Sports.
The Frenchman joined Orient from Championship side Brighton & Hove Albion last summer, signing a three-year deal at the Matchroom Stadium.
Vincelot played a key role in Orient’s charge to the League One play-offs, which saw them lose to Rotherham United in the final.
After a string of impressive performances, the central midfielder could now be on his way to the Championship, with a number of teams expressing an interest in signing him.
Leeds United, Charlton Athletic, Blackpool and newly promoted Brentford are all understood to be preparing offers.