Josh Koroma is the latest young striker to emerge through the ranks at Leyton Orient.
The O’s are quickly gaining a reputation for bringing through impressive young forward and Koroma is no exception.
His current strike partner is Macauley Bonne, the National League’s top scorer and a target for Leeds United, according to TEAMtalk.
Leicester City are also said to be keen on Bonne, as per The Sun.
Koroma and Bonne could follow fellow strikers Sam Dalby (Leeds), Victor Adeboyejo (Barnsley), Michael Obafemi (Southampton) and Tristan Abrahams (Norwich City) in leaving Leyton Orient and joining a Football League club.
According to a report from TEAMtalk, Huddersfield Town are on the verge of beating Aston Villa, Derby County and Middlesbrough to the signing of Koroma.
And the Championship trio could end up regretting their failure to land the 20-year-old if he fulfils his potential.
At such a young age, he already has nearly 100 appearances under his belt, operating up front or on the wing.
The London-born attacker has scored 18 senior goals, including nine in 27 this season.
With pace and skill, Koroma is lighting up the National League and deserves his shot at a higher level.
And Huddersfield could be the long-term winners in this transfer move, with Aston Villa reportedly failing to snap up one of the finest non-league talents around.