The Daily Mirror report that Tottenham could make a bid for Burnley striker Danny Ings before the January transfer window slams shut in early February.
It has been reported that in fear of losing out on Ings in the summer transfer window, Spurs are keen to make their move this month and are set to submit a bid of around £5m.
Chelsea and Manchester City are both interested in the striker, as both look to increase the number of homegrown players they have at the club, a category that Danny Ings falls into.
However, both these clubs could make their moves in the summer, and Spurs do not want to run the risk of their rivals signing their attacking target, as they look to get a headstart on their Premier League rivals.
Spurs are keen to bolster their attacking options and are looking for somebody to partner Harry Kane up top, with Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor not looking the part at the moment.
Despite interest, Burnley boss Sean Dyce remains confident that his prized asset will stay a Burnley player come the end of the transfer window.