Tottenham Hotspur look likely to bolster their squad with the summer signing of Charlton's Ademola Lookman, according to a report in the Daily Star.
Lookman, 18, has made 20 appearances for Charlton this season including 13 starts, in which the youngster has managed a healthy return of four goals.
His performances in the Championship this season have perked the ears of the Premier League's top clubs, with Southampton also reportedly keen on the 18-year old.
Lookman signed for Charlton in 2014 after impressing for the Waterloo FC youth team. His goal-scoring record for Chalton's under 18 and 21 sides quickly saw him earn a place in the senior squad where he has continued to impress.
According to reports, Lookman's contract includes a clause that allowed him to leave the club if they are relegated to League One. And after a 1-0 defeat at home to Derby County on Saturday, the Addicks are 11 points away from safety with just four games left to play.
The clause in the youngsters contract means Spurs are looking likely to recruit the Charlton man at the end of the season as they look to sign striking reinforcements to cover for the prolific Harry Kane.