Tottenham are among the clubs monitoring FC Copenhagen's goalscoring winger Robert Skov, Sky Sports News understands.
Fellow Premier League sides Watford, Wolves and West Ham have also been watching the Denmark U21 international progress this season as he has scored 22 times in the Danish Superliga.
The 22-year-old also impressed in the Europa League group stage despite Copenhagen finishing bottom of their table, scoring in the win at Bordeaux in October.
Spurs are looking for another attacker who can play behind Harry Kane off the right wing and through the middle, and Skov has thrived on the right-hand side for his club.
He was also part of Denmark's provisional 35-man squad for the World Cup in Russia last year, training alongside Tottenham star Christian Eriksen, having impressed for Silkeborg IF and then Copenhagen after signing in a deal worth just under £1m last winter.