Wolverhampton Wanderers reportedly join the likes of Arsenal, Leicester City and Leeds United in the race for £30m-rated Brentford striker Ivan Toney.
The 24-year-old has been in scintillating form for Thomas Frank's side this term with 25 goals in 33 Championship outings - five more than closest Golden Boot challenger Teemu Pukki.
Toney has unsurprisingly been linked with moves to European-chasing Premier League clubs following his impressive season, with Arsenal understood to be keen on a deal for the former Peterborough man.
Now, TEAMtalk claims that Wolves are also in the hunt for Toney's signature, but Brentford are not prepared to consider any bids lower than £30m for their star striker.
Toney's deal with the Bees does not expire until 2025, but after such a prolific debut season with the club, they are hopeful of tying the striker down to a new-and-improved deal if they secure promotion to the Premier League.
Leeds United, Leicester City and West Ham United are all said to be monitoring the situation closely as well.