Despite plenty of interest from divisions above, keeper Tommy Taylor is still focused on the final few matches of the Evo-Stik Premier with Scarborough Athletic, the Scarborough News say.
The 26-year-old may have spent time on trial at Rotherham United and Cambridge United in recent weeks, but he is currently just maintaining his focus on the final four games of the season, which start on Saturday at home to Grantham.
Boro have the option of another year on Taylor’s contract, so any club’s wishing to acquire his services would have to pay a fee.
He said: “I went to Rotherham and I was on trial at Cambridge the other week.
“That went really well. They invited me down for pre-season and also their goalkeeper coach is coming up to watch me in the cup final.
“I won’t be going to another non-league club, but at my age, if a Football League club comes in then I’ll have to have a look at it.”
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