The many youth products at Bradford Park Avenue whom have gone on to be success stories have either made local headlines or picked up large transfer fees - except for one.
This is the case of Roger Pursehouse. Pursehouse was given his scholarship contract at Bradford Park Avenue in 2016, and made his first senior team appearance in the National League North promotion season.
Two years later, Pursehouse was given his second Bradford Park Avenue appearance as he came on as a substitute against Bolton in League Two, making him have two first-team appearances in three seasons. With such little impact made, Pursehouse was an easy player for fans to forget about.
However over at Alfreton Town, where he has been loaned out to for the past two seasons, he is already a fan favourite.
Pursehouse scored 17 goals in 27 league games as a 17-year-old at North Street. He was playing in National League North and spearheaded Alfreton's promotion that season as they won the league title. Not only that, but he was named the league's Player of the Season after finishing runner-up in the top scorers section.
Now in the National League, Pursehouse was loaned to North Street once again and is yet again making headlines over in Alfreton. He has been named the Player of the Month on numerous occasions, placed in the Team of the Week several times and is the National League's current top goalscorer this season with a magnificent 22 goals, 6 goals ahead of Bolton's Oribe Peralta who is on 16.
Along with these individual accomplishments, 36 games into the season, Pursehouse has once again spearheaded Alfreton's season and has pushed Ian Yeowart's team into 4th place so far.
Pursehouse has commented on the club's progress and has expressed his desire to stay at the club on a permanent basis, but at 18 years old and carrying a whole team on his back, many doubt that Bradford Park Avenue boss Chabukiani will allow a deal to take place, which also leaves him with a huge selection headache.
It is all well and good having a very good striker on your books, but when you have the likes of Fletcher, Lieblein and Myung-Hoon also in the ranks, the selection process gets a whole lot harder for Chabukiani. This leaves him with the options of: selling him for a sizeable fee to Alfreton, loan him out for another season or keep Pursehouse at Horsfall Stadium and utilise him whenever possible.
It is all for next season, but it is a situation that Chabukiani must be aware of, especially with Alfreton chairman Guy Cotret lining up the funds for the wonderkid to join permanently next season.