Championship clubs Bristol City and West Bromwich Albion are chasing Cirencester Town teenager Owen Windsor.

The 17-year-old is in demand after his impressive scoring run at the bank end of the season saw him net six times.

Windsor has also represented England Schoolboys this year and now looks set for a foray into professional football.

Cirencester boss Charlie Griffin believes Windsor has a bright future after confirming the forward is in talks with both clubs.

"He's weighing up offers and he's spoken to both clubs so it's just making sure it's the right move," Said Griffin.

"Owen's a fantastic lad, his attitude is top notch and he works his socks off.

"You can't get him off the training pitch and whoever gets him will have a hell of a player.

"Hopefully he gets the opportunity and plays at a very high level."

Another Cirencester player who is attracting attention is Ben Whitehead who scored 39 goals in all competitions last season.

He missed the end of the season through injury and Griffin says he will sit down with him in the coming weeks.

"We'll meet with Ben again but he's just got married so he needs a bit of time away," Griffin confirmed.

Griffin is hoping to have a new signing in this week and revealed he's working on getting players in.

"We've agreed with one player but I'll know more at the end of the week," he said.

"We've spoken to players in different leagues, I've got quite a few that I'll have a look at."

The Centurions boss admitted his already looking forward to getting things going again and is also looking forward to pre-season where they will face League Two side Forest Green Rovers.

"I'm starting to get itchy feet so I'm ready to get back into it," he said. "We're still doing work to keep it ticking over.

"We have eight pre-season games which is fine. It gives the players time to refresh and they'll all give us good tests, some we will have more of the ball than others.

"Forest Green came last year, they always bring a decent crowd but they're all good teams this year."