A host of Football League clubs are following Non-League hot-shot Scott Wilson, Sky Sports understands.
The 20-year-old was formerly with Bristol City but after being released moved into the Non-League ranks and is currently with Yate Town.
However, he looks set for a quick move back to the Football League with clubs from the Championship, League One and League Two keeping tabs on him.
Included amongst them is Dagenham and Redbridge, whose manager John Still has a rich history of picking up the best Non-League talent.
A number of scouts were present last weekend when Wilson scored a remarkable five goals in Yate's 6-1 win over Winchester City.
Wilson is on a dual registration with Gloucester City - which means he can leave if a bigger club comes in for him - and that appears a real possibility.
Yate boss Rob Cousins said: "It's a difficult situation but we're waiting for something to develop.
"We've offered him something, he's very happy and enjoying his football."