By FOX Sports staff
The 22-year-old, who was part of the Singapore side that won the AFF Suzuki Cup last year, is currently plying his trade with LIONSXII in the Malaysia Super League.
Having won his first Lions cap as a 16-year-old back in 2007, Hariss is widely regarded as the country's brightest footballing prospect and has long been tipped for a European move.
And it now appears that move could take him to England after Shebby Singh, Blackburn's global advisor, revealed the Championship outfit are keen on bringing him to Ewood Park for a training stint.
"Hariss has got a bright future ahead of him," he said. "But I think over the last couple of years, he has stagnated a bit.
"I would like to see him come to Blackburn for a two to four-week training stint. He can see what it's like and then come back [to Singapore] with a bit more motivation."
The former Malaysia international also believes that the combative midfielder is not being challenged enough playing in the region.
"I think [playing in Southeast Asia] has become too comfortable for him," Singh added. "Once it becomes too comfortable for a player, the player tends not to improve.
"I think Hariss has a lot more to give that he is currently doing."
Hariss spent five years with Singapore's developmental side Courts Young Lions in the Great Eastern-YEO's S.League, before joining LIONSXII at the start of last year.