RYAN Watts could be the next Harrow Borough player to make the jump to the professional game.
Robin Shroot (Birmingham City), Albert Adomah (Bristol City) and most recently Troy Hewitt (QPR) have moved into the big time from Earlsmead.
Borough boss David Howell confirmed Watts was the latest to be watched after a hugely impressive season. Preston North End are known to be tracking the left-sided player who can play full back or winger, while representatives from Wolverhampton Wanderers were also at Saturday's 1-0 win over Kingstonian.
It would be a case of second time around for the Greenford-born 22-year-old, who started his career at Brentford where he made his League One debut against Hull City in 2005.
It is just reward for Watts, who has recovered his form quickly after weeks out with a knee injury.
Howell said: "I know some clubs are looking at Ryan and they were here again today. He has come back from injury like he has never been out. He has just slotted straight back in, done a job, looked quick and never got beaten."
Watts, who works as a football coach, has been at Harrow since 2008 and has scored four goals this season in 36 appearances.