Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko is again linked with a White Hart Lane departure as clubs circle for his services.
The Russian is yet to grasp a full-time starting role with Spurs since moving to London from Spartak Moscow in 2008 and his name has often been thrown up there during transfer time.
And this winter it is no different but this time it is his agent who has confirmed that clubs are looking to bring in a striker of Pavlyuchenko's quality.
"There is interest from some clubs in England and Germany, but Roman has two more years on his contract with Tottenham," Oliver Wendt told ESPNSoccernet.
"It's not in our hands if he can move or not. The decision is Tottenham's if they let him go or not and I think it is important another club likes to pay."
Pavlyuchenko has made just nine starts in 17 overall appearances this term for a total of 61 matches with Spurs since the start of the 2008/09 season. He has scored 15 goals.