TOP English clubs have joined Bundesliga giants in Germany and Austria in the race to sign Wrexham's World Cup star Dennis Lawrence.
The Trinidad & Tobago central defender is being particularly tracked by one Austrian outfit who contacted his agent Mike Berry before the tournament.
Lawrence's solid performance during the 2-0 defeat to England has now prompted a host of English clubs to check on his availability, Berry has now revealed.
And Wrexham could be tempted to cash in on their Soca Warrior who was signed by the League Two club for just £100,000 from the Trinidad Defence Force in 2001.
Lawrence says in his exclusive Daily Post column today that he is flattered by the interest, but is not aware of anything "concrete".
But Berry revealed last night that he has not told him about the increased level of interest from other clubs because he fears it may distract him from his duties with Trinidad.
"I don't think it would be fair to name the clubs involved and all that I can say is that they are top clubs in Germany's Bundesliga and the equivalent league in Austria," Berry told the Daily Post. "I have also been contacted by quality English clubs."
Berry stressed that the defender is not seeking a move away from the Racecourse, where he still has a year left on his contract.
But Berry added: "If you pushed me on whether or not he will make a move this summer then I would say there is a very good chance he will.
"This is a chance for him to further his career and at the same time could be very good business for Denis Smith and Wrexham FC."