Clyde manager Graham Roberts has confirmed that Tottenham Hotspur are among the clubs showing interest in midfielder Craig Bryson.
Craig Bryson scored as Clyde beat Celtic
The 19-year-old was linked with Celtic at the weekend.
And Roberts, himself a former Tottenham player, told the First Division club's website: "We'll have to wait and see what happens. The boy is top notch.
"Through friends down south, I know Tottenham and other clubs are watching. He deserves to go to a higher level."
Bryson, who has come through the ranks with Clyde, impressed this season in a CIS Cup tie against Rangers that the Cumbernauld side forced into extra-time then helped defeat Celtic in the Scottish Cup.
"He's been playing exceptionally well in recent weeks, getting better with every game," said Roberts.
Although speculation over his future is rising every week, the youngster insists he is only focused on Clyde.
"I've not heard anything, so I'm just going to keep my head down and work hard," said Bryson.
"I've got ambitions to play at a higher level, but right now I'm more interested in Clyde's results.
"Tom Brighton, Eddie Malone, Stephen O'Donnell, the whole lot of the squad could get a move to a higher level. Everybody loves it here.
"Certainly, I've got ambitions and I want to play at a higher level.
"It's good to know you are being recognised and maybe one day I'll get a move, but I am happy where I am just now.
"I'm getting first-team football and I'm delighted how everything is going and, hopefully, it will keep up.
"I've played 70 odd games after breaking into the team at 17 and I love it here."