Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam is reported to be on the radar of Burnley, who believe he could be the key to Premier League survival.
Clarets boss Sean Dyche is keen to add more goals to his midfield following promotion from the Championship and is reported to have identified Adam as a potential target.
Adam struggled for first-team action at the Britannia Stadium last season, but Potters boss Mark Hughes is in no rush to let him go, while reports claim the player is also happy where he is.
However Stoke may be tempted to cash in if Burnley offer enough cash, and Adam would surely be interested in playing Premier League football week in, week out.
Stoke paid £4million when signing Adam from Liverpool and would be looking to at least recoup that figure if they did agree to let him move on, as he still has two years remaining on his current deal.