Chester FC target Jason Oswell is a target for a host of full-time clubs.
The 25-year-old, who finished second in the goal-scoring stakes in the National League North last season with Stockport County, has been spoken to by Blues bosses Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley over a possible switch, although the lure of full-time football may mean that the club miss out.
Oswell, who netted 25 times last season for the Hatters, lives in Chester and works as a physiotherapist at the Countess of Chester Hospital, and Johnson and Morley had hoped that they may be able to persuade the former Newtown striker to join on a part-time basis after his exit from Stockport looked inevitable following his omission from their squad list for next season.
But Oswell is understood to be mulling over a possible switch to full-time football, with Wrexham, Hartlepool United and Port Vale among the clubs chasing the highly-rated frontman.
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