Bristol Rovers striker Ryan Brunt is wanted by a trio of League One clubs, reports the Western Daily Press.
Walsall, Leyton Orient and Chesterfield are the clubs understood to be interested is signing the 21-year-old target-man.
Brunt only played 13 games last season for Rovers as his season was cut short by a knee problem in November, which eventually required surgery.
Signed from Stoke City on a three-year deal in January 2013, he scored five goals in 18 appearances as Rovers escaped relegation during the 2012/13 season.
Brunt was back at the club this week in a bid to get fit before the start of the season and is also to visit America to receive specialist treatment before the players report back at the end of June.
The striker, who was once on the books at Bristol City as a youngster, spent six months at Orient two seasons ago, scoring three times in eight starts and a further ten appearances from the bench.
Chesterfield were said to be interested in Brunt shortly before he signed for Rovers. Walsall are now also believed to be keen on bringing the Birmingham-born forward back to his roots in the Midlands.