STRIKER Korey Dyer-Stewart has signed Boston United forms.
The fast-footed forward spent pre-season attempting to impress manager Jason Lee while on trial.
And the Boston boss is keen to keep tabs on the striker, so much so he has signed Lincs league forms with the Pilgrims.
This means he is eligible to play for the reserves while he gets his fitness levels up to scratch.
Dyer-Stewart won and converted two penalties during the second string’s 3-2 victory at Cleethorpes Reserves on Saturday.
He will also be in action at Heckington tonight (Tuesday).
“Bruce is a friend of mine and he asked me to take a look at him (Dyer-Stewart),” Lee said.
“He’s got potential and we’ll continue to look at him.
“But he needs to work on his fitness.”
Dyer-Stewart was previously on the books of Burton Albion.