Bromley loan striker Bradley Goldberg is understood to be attracting the attention of a number of Football League clubs.
Goldberg leads the Skrill South scoring charts with an impressive 14 league goals already this season, contributing to Bromley's eight-point lead at the top of the table.
Having initially caught the eye during Hastings United's superb FA Cup run last season - which included a spectacular long-range strike away at Championship side Middlesbrough - the 20-year-old signed a 12-month contract at Dagenham & Redbridge in August before being loaned to Bromley.
Now he could follow in the footsteps of former Dagger Dwight Gayle - currently plying his trade with Crystal Palace in the Premier League - who was also sold on by the club after impressing out on loan.
The former Charlton trainee insists he is looking to continue his goalscoring form despite being linked with a number of clubs.
"It's an unusual situation to be in, being linked with other clubs as a player out on loan," Goldberg told Sky Sports.
"It's always nice to hear that clubs are watching you, but at the moment my sole priority is to perform for Bromley on a weekly basis until Wayne (Burnett) tells me otherwise."