Reise Allassani would be better off picking Glasgow Rangers over Celtic, if he has the choice between the two clubs.
Allassani has become very much in-demand, with his form at non-league level impressing.
Allassani was released by Crystal Palace and decided to move to Dulwich Hamlet, to get regular first-team action.
Since moving to Dulwich, Allassani has been a revelation, and he has found the back of the net with great regularity.
The Sunday Post now claim that both Celtic and Rangers are interested in snapping up Allassani, who has scored 17 goals this season.
And the 22-year-old would be better off moving to Ibrox over Parkhead.
While Celtic are having more success on the pitch at the moment, Allassani has a far greater chance of breaking into Rangers’ first-team.
Celtic already have Moussa Dembele, Leigh Griffiths and Odsonne Edouard competing for one spot up-front, and Allassani is unlikely to break in there any time soon.
At Rangers, however, Allassani may just have a chance.
Rangers do have Alfredo Morelos and Jason Cummings competing for places, but Allassani may just be a rotational option from Graeme Murty, and his increased chances exposure to first-team football should make a switch to Ibrox appealing.