Up to eight clubs have enquired about Hull City star Jarrod Bowen ahead of the January transfer window opening next week.
The 22-year-old has been a standout player in Nigel Adkins' side, featuring predominately on the right wing.
In 24 Championship games this season, Bowen has scored eight goals and provided a further three assists.
Reports on Thursday linked Championship title hopefuls Leeds with a move for the Tigers man. However, while the Whites were one of the clubs who have enquired, they are not expected to submit a bid in the upcoming window.
Premier League sides Brighton, Crystal Palace and Huddersfield are also believed to be among those interested in signing Bowen next month.
Speaking about interest in the player after Hull's victory over Swansea, Adkins told the media "if anyone does want to come and get a Jarrod Bowen, you're not going to get him on the cheap because the owner is selling the club. We're in a position where we don't need to."
Sporting Life understands that the Tigers value Bowen at around the £12m mark, although he could depart for a lower figure if the right deal could be agreed.
In 76 games at the club, the winger has struck 23 goals.
Hull have won four of their last five games and travel to Elland Road to take on another in-form side in Leeds next.