Imps eye non-leaguer
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Lincoln City boss Keith Alexander is interested in striker Gary Bradshaw.Lincoln City manager Keith Alexander has confirmed his interest in non-league striker Gary Bradshaw.
The highly-rated 22-year-old has caught the attention of fellow League Two clubs Cheltenham Town and Shrewsbury Town, having scored 13 goals in 11 matches for UniBond League Premier Division club North Ferriby United this season.
The former Hull City and Harrogate Town hit-man has reportedly received offers to make the jump to league football and Alexander admits he has yet to decide if he will make a move for the goalscorer.
"I have had him watched on many occasions and also watched him myself," Alexander told the Lincolnshire Echo. "He is quick, skilful and certainly has an eye for goal.
"My only concern is the UniBond Premier Division is a world away from the standard we are playing at now.
"That hasn't stopped me from signing non-league players before but I have yet to make up my mind and it's something I am going to mull over, as we need to score goals.
"Gary's had a few offers and we will see what happens."
One player that has left Sincil Bank on loan is young midfielder Lee Frecklington after he joined Lincolnshire-based non-leaguers Stamford last week.