Bournemouth are among a number of Premier League clubs tracking Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Jordan Graham, sources have told TEAMtalk.com.
Graham has really caught the eye since breaking into the Wolves starting XI last month, with a number of impressive performances.
The 20-year-old has laid on four assists in five games for Wolves since being recalled from his successful loan spell at Oxford United earlier this season.
Graham was named the club’s Player of the Month for November and he has continued his rapid rise to prominence this month with man of the match performances against Rotherham and Nottingham Forest.
Graham, who came through the ranks at Aston Villa, initially joined Wolves on loan from Villa last November before making the move permanent in January.
The skilful wideman’s performances have not gone unnoticed by clubs in the Premier League with Bournemouth keeping close tabs on Graham’s progress.
Graham’s dribbling skill and crossing ability have brought him to the attention of several clubs and Wolves are bracing themselves for interest in the player and they could face a battle to keep hold of the exciting attacker.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is thought to have instructed his scouts to continue to monitor Graham as he weighs up a move for the player when the transfer window reopens in January.