Swindon Town boss Danny Wilson has confirmed he will keep tabs on Woking midfielder Harry Arter over the coming weeks.
The teenager recently undertook a trial at the County Ground and has been linked with a £30,000 move to the League One club in January.
Wilson will not rush into a decision on making a bid for the former Charlton Athletic youngster, but is keen to have another look at Arter.
"He won't be a player that I will be going for as a main transfer target, but he's one that we could still look at because he's only 19," Wilson told the Swindon Advertiser.
"He's worth looking at again, and playing at the level that he is suggests he's a mature 19.
"Harry was highly thought of when he was a kid, but he had an injury which forced him in one respect to leave Charlton.
"We will keep our eye on him.
"We have been pleased with one or two reports we have had back on him, but we will wait and see.
"Hopefully we will get the chance to watch him.
"It's a busy period for the team and sometimes you don't have the man power to do that, but if we get the opportunity we will do."