Leicester City will reportedly double Demarai Gray's wages in an attempt to keep him happy after the winger missed out on a summer exit.
The England Under-21s international was said to be close to joining Bournemouth on transfer deadline day, only for the Foxes to pull the plug on a £25m deal.
Former Birmingham City ace Gray, also linked with Tottenham Hotspur in the past, has admitted to being frustrated by his lack of playing time at the King Power Stadium since joining from the Blues in January 2016.
Leicester are willing to offer the 21-year-old double his current £25,000-a-week salary, according to The Mirror, in an attempt to tie him down for the long term.
Gray started nine games last season and has been used from the bench in all four league outings so far in 2017-18, including in the 2-1 defeat to Chelsea on Saturday.