Alan Devonshire has denied young starlet Ben Wright is about to be snapped up by a Football League Club, writes John Whitbread.
The likes of Notts County, Swindon and Yeovil are said to be running the rule over the 19-year-old Hampton & Richmond Borough striker.
And he did not disappoint the scouts this week, netting in Saturday's 3-0 win over Team Bath before bagging the winner in Tuesday night's 1-0 win over Maidenhead - which took the Beavers fifth in Blue Square South.
Beavers boss Dev said: "When you are playing well, as we are, you are bound to have scouts hanging around - but I have heard nothing about Football League clubs being interested in Ben.
"He is still very raw and has lot a lot of learning to do. If he can keep up these improvements for a whole season, then it might be a possibility."
Devonshire will be without Stuart Lake and Robbie Kember for Saturday's FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie at home to Brackley.
The Northants-based side have won five times on the road in the Southern League this season, but Hampton have not lost at home since the end of August.
Dev said: "Stuart has 15 stitches in a thigh injury he suffered on Saturday, while Robbie is still struggling with an ankle injury."
"I'm more hopeful about Francis Quarm, who is recovering from an ankle injury, and Graham Harper, who is almost recovered from his chest injury suffered last month.
"Brackley may not be well known round here, but they have a couple of ex pros, including Tony Thorpe, and are likely to be very dangerous opposition.
"But we are in a good vein of form at the moment, and everyone is really up for a good cup run."
Sean McAuley and John Scarborough were Hampton's other scorers against Team Bath.
* JOHN SCARBOROUGH heaped praise on his fellow Hampton defenders following a fifth consecutive clean sheet on Tuesday night, writes Chris Cotterell.
The former Sutton man said: "They probably are the best defenders I've played with.
"But what's fantastic is how the whole team has gelled so quickly - especially considering how many of us joined this season.
"We don't want to get ahead of ourselves, but if we keep playing like we are, who knows how far we can go?"