Premier League duo Leicester City and Wolves are scouting highly-rated teenager Ali Reghba.
The 18-year-old striker currently plays for League of Ireland side Bohemian, and he also represents the Republic of Ireland's Under-19 setup.
Reghba made his league debut for Bohemian last month, helping his side record a 3-1 win away from home by netting an impressive brace. The highly-rated Irishman has only enhanced his reputation with that opening performance, and is catching the eye of clubs across England.
Wolves could be in the driving seat for Reghba's signature, with the report claiming that they have held 'extensive transfer missions' to watch him in action.
If the high-flying Midlands outfit add him to their ranks then he will more than likely feature for their youth team before trying to make his way up the ladder.
At this moment in time, Reghba has had little experience of senior football but can operate up front and on both flanks.
Both Wolves and Leicester, who suffered defeats in the Premier League over the weekend, have won four matches each this season. By contrast, Tony Pulis' Middlesbrough are sitting top of the Championship table despite being held to a goalless draw by strugglers Rotherham on Tuesday night.