Wealdstone officials are hoping to land one of their biggest signings yet - celebrity fan Philip Glenister.
The actor, best known for his role as politically incorrect copper, DCI Gene Hunt in the hit BBC TV series Life On Mars and its spin-off, Ashes To Ashes, was born in Harrow and followed the Stones from the terraces when he was growing up.
Now, having name dropped the club during an interview on a recent episode of the Paul O'Grady Show, Glenister has been invited by club president and director Paul Rumens to rekindle his romance with Stones by attending a game or several at Grosvenor Vale.
Glenister, who is currently starring in ITV drama Demons, is also understood to be an Arsenal fan but Rumens is confident they can convince Glenister to return to his footballing roots.
"I have recently found out that you used to frequent Lower Mead in the 70s to watch the mighty Stones and Georgie Duck in action and thought it would be good to keep you in touch with what has been going on at the club," Rumens told Glenister in a letter to his agent, Ken McCreddie.
"In recent years after selling Lower Mead some 18 nomadic years ago and not getting the monies that were due to us, we now play at Ruislip Manor's old ground. Four of us [mainly WFC directors] took on the £150,000 debts left by Ruislip and, with the fantastic backing of the fans, have turned round the run
"We have a new pitch, dugouts, concrete terracing, new PA, goals and major refurbishment of the clubhouse.
"The club are doing pretty well in the Ryman Premier and thrashed local rivals Harrow Borough recently in front of 780 fans.
"Stuart Pearce gave his services for free last April for a big fundraising dinner where we raised over £28,000 to
help with the ground improvements and Vinnie Jones, another thespian like you, helps out with auction items, etc.
"We had another fundraiser in May where Stuart helped again along with Radio Five Live presenter, Rob Nothman, another Stones fan, and raised a further £10,000 to general improvements."
Continued Rumens: "We may not be the big non league club from the days you used to watch, but we are certainly heading in the right direction particularly with our fantastic youth set up, where two years ago we sold Jermaine Beckford to Leeds Utd for £75,000 and most recently Graeme Montgomery to Dagenham for £10,000.
"The average age of the first team is approx 21, so the future is bright.
"For old time's sake and on behalf of the club, and not withstanding your work commitments, we would love you to be a guest of ours at a game anytime that suits you."
The Stones president has also asked the Harrow Observer to help track down Glenister.
"You do what you can to get him down," Rumens said this week. "I'll even see to it that he meets his hero, Georgie Duck."
Rumens is also considering trying to get the new Doctor Who, Harrow-based Matt Smith, to attend a game.