Peterborough United Manager Graham Westley will use his extensive knowledge of non league football to offer trials to two of non league football’s hottest young prospects according to The Football League Paper.
Westley has made his name in football by wheeling and dealing on the non league scene having guided former club Stevenage into The Football League after winning the Conference title in 2010.
During his time in non league, Westley showed no fear in providing youngsters from around the non league pyramid with an opportunity to develop their skills.
Westley played a part in developing some of non league’s hidden talent with the likes of George Boyd, Steve Morison, Michael Bostwick and Scott Laird all going on to be huge success stories in The Football League.
Westley is reported to have offered Nuneaton Town duo Aaron Williams and Zeus de la Paz trials at London Road as Posh look to continue their charge towards promotion back to the Championship.
Westley replaced Dave Robertson as Posh Manager after the club started the season poorly and has steered the club to 6th position in League 1.
Williams is a 22 year old striker who has scored over 50 goals in the last 18 months for Nuneaton Town and Rushall Olympic and is an England C international. Zeus de la Paz is a highly rated young goalkeeper who is a Curaçao international.
Nuneaton Town Manager Kevin Wilson has a good record of unearthing young stars having mentored Che Adams at Ilkeston before his big move to Sheffield United.