Interest mounts in Dover's Parkinson

Players walk out on to the pitch

HITC Sport a number of Football League clubs are tracking non-league star.

General view of boots and a football before the matchGeneral view of boots and a football before the match

A number of Football League are weighing up moves for Dover star Jack Parkinson, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.

Parkinson enjoyed a successful season with Dover helping them reach the National League play-offs before losing to Forest Green.

Players walk out on to the pitchPlayers walk out on to the pitch at Dover

The 26-year-old scored nine goals in all competitions for Dover this season and his performances have brought him to the attention of several sides higher up the football pyramid.

Parkinson is out of contract at Dover this summer after only signing a one-year deal when he joined the club last year.

Parkinson's versatility has made him an attractive proposition with the 6'4" star equally adept at playing in central defence as well as central midfield.

Parkinson has previously attracted the interest from the likes of Leyton Orient and Stevenage, but the player decided to stay in the National League.

The former Woking man is now thought to be ready to consider a move into the Football League and play at the highest level possible.

Orient have continued to keep tabs on Parkinson and they remain keen on the player along with League One new boys AFC Wimbledon, Gillingham, Port Vale and Wycombe Wanderers.

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