CHERRIES are one of a number of clubs linked with a move for Hull City winger Keane Lewis-Potter.

The Daily Mail claim the 21-year-old has attracted interest from the likes of West Ham and Brentford, as well as Scott Parker’s side.

Lewis-Potter played in 45 Championship games for the Tigers last season, including 90 minutes on two occasions against Cherries.

The Mail report also claims Hull owner Acun Ilicali would reject £30million offers for the youngster this summer, despite him reportedly having just one year left on his current deal.

Quotes attributed to the Tigers chief said: “Keane is like God’s gift to us.

“He has extreme potential. He is going to be one of the biggest stars of the future.

“Of course, we have big offers for him. If I had any interest in making any money, there cannot be a better deal than that.

“You buy a football club and you sell the left winger and you make enough money to make all the transfers.

“But I reject all of these. Even if they offer £30m to me, I will not sell him because I think his presence is much more important than anything for this club at the moment.

“He will be so useful for our team and our fans that I will not lose him.

“When I have something shiny, I do everything to get it. But in this case, he is already with us, so nobody can take him from us.

“I cannot say what he thinks. I can only tell you that I am very focused on keeping him because he is a fantastic player. He is one of a kind.”

Lewis-Potter has come through the ranks with Hull and made 121 appearances in all competitions, scoring 30 goals and registering 12 assists.

He made his England under-21 debut against Albania back in March.