Swansea City have targeted Bristol City winger Albert Adomah as Michael Laudrup attempts to make his mark at the club.
The Ghanaian is rated at Â£3million after impressing for the struggling Championship side last season.
Swansea will attempt to agree a few this week to ensure they don't lose out on Adomah to a Premier League rival.
Laudrup has already missed out on Gylfi Sigurdsson after the Icelandic playmaker joined Tottenham after a loan spell at the Liberty Stadium.
The Dane sees 24-year-old Adomah as a potential replacement.
Comfortable on both flanks, was playing non-league football just four years ago with Harrow Borough, combining the sport with a course in industrial painting at college.
He spent two years at Barnet before joining City in a Â£150,000 deal.
Adomah scored five times last season.