Lewis-Potter was of interest to Brentford in the January window, but the Tigers held on to the forward for the remainder of the season.


Now this summer the forward’s future is again a big issue and a host of clubs from the Premier League, including Everton, West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with him.



It has been suggested that Leeds are moving to snap up Lewis-Potter to reinforce their attacking options, amid the potential exit of winger Raphinha.


However, it is claimed that Leeds have not made any move to capture Lewis-Potter.



Similarly, Lewis-Potter is also unlikely to move to the London duo of West Ham and Tottenham this summer.


It was claimed Everton have gone in for Lewis-Potter too, with an initial £2.5m on the table, but that is not the case.



Lewis-Potter hit 12 goals for Hull last season but his attacking talents could be on display in the Premier League next term.