Portsmouth’s decline down the leagues has been very sad to watch in recent years.
From FA Cup glory in 2008, to League Two in 2013, the south coast side’s fall from grace was harsh and fast.
Despite the heartache endured by Pompey fans over the last nine years, it seems the club have finally risen from the ashes.
Fans have cheered their team on to promotion from England’s fourth tier, and manager Paul Cook can now start to look at getting the club back where those associated with the club will feel it belongs.
Pompey fans will be hoping their team can do the same again next year in League One, and back-to-back promotions would be a dream for this former Premier League side.
To do this however, Cook will have to work hard to improve his squad with a tight budget, and one such man who could do so wouldn’t even cost a penny.
Dover striker, Ricky Miller, has been scoring goals for fun in the National League, and the non-league journeyman has finally found his feet with the Kent side.
Miller, who is out of contract in the summer, will be keen to try his hand at a higher level, and a move down the coast to Pompey may be ideal.
With the service on offer from midfield stars Gary Roberts and Carl Baker, Miller would surely score goals in this Portsmouth team.
Miller is worth taking a punt on given his goal scoring exploits with Dover and his contract status at the end of the season, so manager Cook should look to swoop before a whole host of clubs descend on the prolific forward.