Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday, Wigan Athletic and Brighton & Hove Albion are all thought to be wanting Hull City striker Matty Fryatt, writes Club Call.
The striker is a wanted man with Premier League newcomers Leicester City and Burnley interested in signing the Hull hitman.
The 28-year-old will become a free agent at the end of next month and the former Leicester forward has rejected the offer of a new contract from the Tigers.
Fryatt is believed to be looking for a guarantee of more game time at the KC Stadium but was used sparingly last season after returning from a loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday.
Hull boss Steve Bruce is keen to keep the striker given the club’s European commitments next season but Fryatt may leave in search for more first-team football.
Fryatt scored four goals in nine appearances whilst on loan last season at Hillsborough.