Bradford Park Avenue join Shaw Lane in the hunt for Worksop captain Jake Scott

Home team Worksop  in Orange & Black kit,  Maltby in all blue strip,  for their Match at Sandy Lane, Worksop.'NWGU 19-9-15 Worksop, Jake Scott (Worksop0 Striding it out  (6)
Home team Worksop in Orange & Black kit, Maltby in all blue strip, for their Match at Sandy Lane, Worksop.'NWGU 19-9-15 Worksop, Jake Scott (Worksop0 Striding it out (6)
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Bradford Park Avenue have put a seven-day approach in for Worksop Town midfielder Jake Scott.

The National League North could add the Tigers skipper to the three players they’ve already signed from Worksop.

Tigers boss Mark Shaw said: “We’ve had another club in for Jake, a club that does all its shopping in one place.

“We don’t know anything at the moment, we’ll have to wait and see what Jake wants to do.

“I’ve spoken to him and given him my thoughts on the moving situation.

“I think he could be a career man at Worksop, he runs a high profile community project and could be a future manager here one day.

“Unless it’s for full-time football I don’t think it’s a good move for Jake, the grass isn’t always greener.

“He could be a real hero at this club.”

Tigers are without a fixture on Saturday, and return to action on Wednesday at home to Sheffield FC.