Serbian international stopper Zeljko Brkic admits he's aware of Tottenham Hotspur interest in his services.
The 25-year-old, currently playing for Siena on loan from Udinese, has five caps for his country and moved to Serie 'A' in the summer transfer window.
Signed by the Zerbrete, they instantly loaned the player out to last season's Italian second division runners-up, with the keeper featuring six times for the Stadio Artemio Franchi outfit since his move.
With Heurelho Gomes tipped to leave White Hart Lane after losing his starting spot to Brad Friedel, Spurs have already started their search for a replacement, according to Brkic, who is hoping to impress the watching scouts.
"I have heard that Tottenham Hotspur scouts are looking at me. But at the moment I am fully focused on Siena," said the stopper.
"People in the club say that they are satisfied with me and I am very flattered. Hard games are ahead, some great challenges in Serie A and I hope to raise the level of my performances even more."
Brkic would follow in the footsteps of Stipe Pletikosa if he moved to Spurs, although the Croatian international left the club in the summer after a season of limited opportunities on loan in north London.