Birmingham City youngster Jordan James is reportedly attracting interest from the Premier League.
The midfielder has alerted the attention of clubs in the top flight.
James, 18, is being tipped for a bright future in the game.
According to reporter Alan Nixon on his Patreon, the teenager is a wanted man but is ‘happy’ to stay at St Andrew’s to carry on getting regular game time.
Birmingham City prospect
Birmingham City’s academy has produced some top talents over recent times and James will be looking make a name for himself over the next few years.
He has been on the books of the Midlands club for his whole career to date and has risen up through the youth ranks.
The Wales youth international made his first-team debut in a Championship fixture in November 2021 against Bristol City off the bench.
James has since gone on to make 31 appearances in all competitions, 10 of which have come so far this term.
He is establishing himself as a key player under John Eustace and will know that if he left for a Premier League club he probably wouldn’t get as many opportunities.
Birmingham let the likes of Ivan Sunjic and Ryan Woods leave in the last transfer window which shows the faith they have in James.