Huddersfield Town and Preston North End are both keeping tabs on Boreham Wood striker Kabongo Tshimanga, a source close to the club has revealed exclusively to Football League World.
Tshimanga has made an impressive start to the season with the Vanarama National League side, scoring 11 goals in his opening 20 league appearances.
It seems as though that strong start to this year’s campaign hasn’t gone unnoticed, with both North End and the Terriers sending scouts to keep tabs on the attacker in recent weeks.
It could be a tempting offer for Tshimanga as well, as the prospect of playing in the Championship could prove to difficult to turn down for many lower league players.
Preston currently occupy one of the automatic promotion places in the second tier, and will fancy their chances of beating Danny Cowley’s side to land the 22-year-old’s signature in the near future.
Huddersfield have been impressive since Cowley took charge of them, and they’ll be keen to build some strong performances in recent weeks.
It remains to be seen as to who is leading the race to sign Tshimanga, but the young forward will be looking to continue his fine start to the season when Boreham Wood are next in action against Maidenhead United on 16th November.