Portsmouth are keen to sign Boreham Wood attacker Bruno Andrade.
The League One club are ready to make a move for the seven-goal forward, who scored the winner against Eastleigh on Tuesday night.
We have learned Pompey are keen to sign Andrade following a lively start to the Vanarama National League season and Wood, should the former Premier League club meet their valuation for the player, won’t stand in his way.
A source said: “A few clubs are keen but Pompey are in control of the situation.
“Bruno has been in great form this season and he is seen as a player with a big future in the game.
“They have had him watched a number of times and they are getting closer to an agreement.”
Portsmouth have a rich recent history of giving EFL chances to Non-League players.
Late last year they took both Nicke Kabamaba and Jamal Lowe from National League South club Hampton & Richmond Borough.
Then on the final day of the August transfer window they landed long-term target Oliver Hawkins, the Dagenham & Redbridge target man.
Andrade is a player they are keen to add to their haul but there is also said to be interest from Peterborough United.