Coventry City are being linked with a move for Tadcaster Albion winger Billy Whitehouse, as per a report by Coventry Live.
The 22-year-old has been on fire in the Northern Premier League and has scored nine goals as well gaining 19 assists so far this season.
Whitehouse could now be rewarded with a move to the Football League with Coventry keen on bringing him in during the January transfer window.
He started his career at Doncaster Rovers and rose through the youth ranks at the Keepmoat Stadium. He had a loan spell at FC Halifax Town as a youngster before he made his first-team debut for Doncaster in an EFL Cup game against Burton Albion in October 2014.
Whitehouse went make 20 appearances for Donny before he left to join Leeds United in August 2016. He signed a one-year deal with the Elland Road and linked up with their development squad.
He was loaned out to National League side Guiseley in September 2016 and played just once for them before returning to Leeds. Whitehouse made his first and only first-team appearance for the Whites in an FA Cup defeat away to Sutton United in January 2017
Whitehouse then dropped into non-league to join Tadcaster after being released by Leeds in December 2017. The move has worked out for him and he now looks to be working his way back up the football pyramid.
Coventry are currently 11th in League One and six points off the Play-Offs. Could the potential signing of Whitehouse help them propel themselves into the top six picture?