Tottenham Hotspur are keeping tabs on FC Copenhagen striker Robert Skov, according to Sky Sports.
Skov has scored 22 goals and provided six assists in 24 appearances in the Danish top-flight so far this season.
The 22-year-old can play out wide or through the middle. He is the international teammate of Christian Eriksen having made one appearance for the senior Denmark national team.
Sky Sports claims Spurs are one of a number of clubs monitoring Skov, including West Ham United, Watford and Wolves.
If Tottenham qualify for the Champions League, they could be a more enticing prospect than those teams for Skov.
That said, he is more likely to be offered guaranteed first-team football by the likes of West Ham, Watford and Wolves.
Spurs are believed to be on the lookout for a new striker to provide cover and competition for Harry Kane. Fernando Llorente is expected to leave in the summer when his contract expires.
Skov’s versatility will certainly attract Pochettino, who values attackers able to play in multiple positions. It will be interesting to see if he is a genuine target.