Scarborough boss Nicky Henry is hoping to sign promising teenage Sheffield United striker Jake Speight on a permanent basis.
Speight, 19, is currently on work experience from the Blades, and will be offered a deal at the McCain Stadium after scoring twice in two games.
"He's got pace, he's dangerous and he certainly knows where the net is," the Seasiders manager said.
"I will be sitting down with him and hopefully sorting out a contract."
Henry has also been given a boost by the news that key defender Steve Baker did not break a bone in his leg during Monday's draw with Accrington, as had been feared.
Meanwhile, Scarborough have allowed striker Jermaine Palmer, 19, to return to Grimsby following a month on loan with the Conference club.