Premier League clubs are queuing for Lillestrom striker Bjorn Bergmann Sigurdarson.

Icelandic scoring sensation Sigurdarson, watched by a host of top clubs, claims the Norway giants are forcing him to stay.

He tweeted: "Just had a meeting with the board, forcing me to stay! Mentally broken! Want to leave."

Everton checked on Sigurdarson, 21, recently and Wolves have been widely tipped to sign him.

Sunderland, Fulham, Reading, Cardiff, Ipswich and Belgian big guns Anderlecht have also been credited with an interest in the £3million-rated striker, says the Daily Star Sunday.

He is the half-brother of former Huddersfield midfielder Joey Gudjonsson, 32.