JASON Lee has told Korey Dyer-Stewart that if he gets fully fit there may be a contract waiting for him.
The teenage striker - the nephew of ex-Premier League forward Bruce Dyer - is currently training with the Pilgrims.
His enigmatic style - complete with quick feet, fancy tricks and and a powerful shot - has impressed boss Lee.
However, his match fitness has not.
“He played 15 minutes and he’s out on his feet,” Lee said after last Tuesday’s victory over Peterborough.
“I think his fitness levels leave a bit to be desired and we’re working with him on that.
“He’s a good kid and another young player who may well have a future with us.
“If he keeps showing a good attitude, and if he wants to work hard, then we love working with players like that.”
Lee, however, has no issue with Dyer-Stewart’s abilities.
The manager continued: “He’s got great speed and yet he can look a bit languid.
“He’s one you may have to poke to get him going at times, but he’s still an exciting young player.”