Crystal Palace star Glenn Murray is a target for Fulham.

The Cottagers are among several clubs monitoring the striker, who has smashed 30 goals for the Championship club this season.

Palace have offered Murray a new three-year deal worth £1million a year in a bid to hang onto him.

They are confident that the hitman – nominated for the Championship Player of the Year award – will remain in south London.

But, as well as Palace’s cross-Thames neighbours Fulham, Norwich and Aston Villa are also in the hunt for the marksman, whose strikes have put him on course to become the Championship’s highest-ever scorer.

Murray’s goals have also helped Palace, who face Birmingham at home on Good Friday, to mount a push for promotion.

The 29-year-old moved to Selhurst Park two years ago and has just a year left on his contract after this season.