Crawley Town attacker Bez Lubala is attracting interest from a host of English Football League clubs following an impressive start to the season.
The League Two player is currently being looked at by Sheffield Wednesday, Middlesbrough, Wigan Athletic and Peterborough United.
The 21-year-old only joined Crawley in the summer, after rejecting a new contract at Birmingham City – where he had made his debut.
His superb form with seven goals in 16 games has caught the attention of a host of clubs, but mainly his former manager Garry Monk, who gave Lubala his debut at Birmingham.
He knows all too well of how great this player is and can become in years to come.
TEAMtalk reveal that he wants to bring him to Hillsborough, with the possibility of a January move for him .
Middlesbrough, Wigan and Peterborough are also understood to have watched him in recent weeks, but as we understand, but the Owls are the ones leading.