Chesterfield appear to have won the race for prolific non league striker Kristian Dennis, HITC Sport reports.
Dennis has spent this season on loan with Macclesfield Town, after deciding to leave parent club Stockport County in search of first team football.
The move paid off, as Dennis managed to bag 23 goals this season, attracting the interest of a host of football league clubs, including the Spireites.
It appears now though that Chesterfield are willing to back that interest up, and are thought to have made a concrete offer to secure the front mans services.
Dennis has spent much of his career in non league since starting out with Macclesfield, including spells at Ashton United and a more successful spell at Curzon Ashton.
With Chesterfield managing to fend of relegation to League Two, manager Danny Wilson is obviously keen to add to his squad as early as possible, with adding goals looking like a top priority.
Wilson will be hoping to have unearthed another non league gem to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Lee Gregory and Jamie Vardy, and will be hoping Dennis can fire them to success next season.
Chesterfield fans, what do you think? Are you happy to look in non league for talent? Let us know!