Premier League clubs Wolves and Brentford are keeping a close eye on Kellen Fisher, a non-league right-back who has been impressing for Bromley this season. The 18-year-old has also attracted interest from Championship sides Hull and Swansea, with up to ten scouts reportedly present at Bromley’s recent 1-0 victory over Yeovil. Fisher signed a new three-year deal with the National League side in February and has made 19 appearances in the National League this season. He was also named Bromley’s Player of the Month in January. Fisher made his senior debut for the Ravens in their 1-0 win over Dover in the FA Trophy last season, and has also played in the FA Youth Cup twice. He spent time on loan at Welling and Cray before establishing himself at Hayes Lane. Fisher’s career trajectory could follow that of Jamie Vardy, who also played in non-league before making it to the Premier League. In an interview with Bromley club media, Fisher spoke about his enjoyment of both football and schooling during his time in the club’s academy.