Socceroo Jackson Irvine is in demand with Championship rivals Huddersfield Town, Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wolves all keen to sign the midfielder.
Irvine has impressed since joining Burton Albion from Ross County in the off-season on a three-year deal. The 23-year old has been a regular starter for Burton and has banged in eight goals.
He has also captained the Brewers this season and leads the Championship for goals scored by a midfielder.
According to reports, Irvine's exploits at the Pirelli Stadium are attracting attention from a number of clubs. But his suitors will need a large transfer fee to pry him away from Burton, as he is only six months into a three-year contract.
On Monday Irvine's club went down 1-0 at the hands of fellow Australian Bailey Wright's Preston North End.
A first half strike from Tom Clarke was enough for Preston to prevail in the battle of the two Socceroo's clubs. Wright, returning to the Lilywhites' starting XI, helped them to a clean sheet.
The victory moves Preston up to a challenging position towards the playoff places, while Irvine's Burton remain just two spots above the relegation zone.
In other Championship matches, Mile Jedinak's Aston Villa were defeated 1-0 by Cardiff City and Aaron Mooy's Huddersfield Town edged Wigan Athletic 1-0. Massimo Luongo was absent due to injury as QPR beat Ispwich Town 2-0.