Wolves have been credited with an interest in Bromley starlet Kellen Fisher, who has been dubbed the ‘next Jamie Vardy’.

According to The Sun, Wanderers are monitoring Fisher, who also has interest from Brentford.

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leeds United - Premier League
Photo by James Gill – Danehouse/Getty Images

The teenager has seriously impressed this season for the National League outfit.

He’s made 19 league appearances so far for Bromley, who current sit ninth in the table and are five points off the play-offs.

He was recently named Bromley’s Player of the Month for January, and in February, he signed a new contract with the club.

Before becoming a regular at Hayes Lane, Fisher had loan spells at Welling and Cray Wanderers in a bid to boost his development.

The Sun suggest Fisher could potentially be on course to make a move to the Premier League, mirroring the journey of Leicester striker Vardy.

Vardy actually joined Leicester when they were still in the Championship.

He left Fleetwood Town to join the Foxes in a £1 million deal.

Vardy went on to have an incredible career, becoming a Premier League winner and an England international.

He is seen as a huge inspiration for players in the National League.

It will be interesting to see if Fisher is someone Wolves try and snap up.

He has been described by his academy coach at Bromley Jamal Wojtczak as ‘brave’ in receiving the ball and technically gifted’.

Potentially he would be signed and then spend time in the academy to further his development. rather than be thrown straight in at the deep end with Julen Lopetegui’s first-team.

Related Topics