The 21-year-old is expected to become the latest product of Tranmere's academy to step up into the big time with even this weekend's FA Cup opponents Swansea City among his admirers.
Celtic, Rangers, Burnley and Derby have also charted his progress this season; one that has brought nine goals amid Tranmere's struggle to escape the clutches of a second successive relegation, this time from League Two.
"Like everyone I'd like to play at the best level but Tranmere have always looked after me," he told the Daily Mail. "Steve Heighway gave me the chance to stay with Liverpool when I was young but I enjoyed myself more at Tranmere. I've never regretted it."