Moses Odubajo enhanced his soaring reputation as his brace sent Leyton Orient back to the summit of League One with a 3-1 victory at Swindon.
Tottenham are said to be one of a number of clubs tracking the midfielder, whose double edged Orient ahead of Wolves at the top of the table.
For Swindon it was a disappointing afternoon having surrendered a first-half lead at the County Ground as well as their spot in the play-off places.
Town led through Nicky Ajose's 23rd-minute effort before O's striker David Mooney equalised straight from the restart, lobbing Swindon goalkeeper Wes Foderingham to score his 13th of the season.
Dean Cox's 40th-minute cross then evaded a number of players before finding its way to Orient's prized asset, Odubajo, who did the rest to send his team in smiling on the brink of half-time.
Odubajo, 20, then scored his side's third immediately after the interval as a wicked deflection helped the ball past Foderingham.
To make matters worse for Swindon they had Jay McEveley sent off at the close, upending that man Odubajo.