MILLWALL have signed Maidstone United youngster Alfie Pavey on a two-year academy scholarship after he scored an incredible 124 goals last season.
Pavey, who briefly trained with the Lions earlier this year, fired the Stones' U18s side to the Conference Youth Alliance title and was handed his first team debut in the Isthmian League Cup during a prolific campaign.
The 17-year-old is expected to link up with Millwall's development squad under the guidance of Scott Fitzgerald, who recently saw prized asset Conor Wilkinson agree a move to Bolton.
Maidstone's academy boss Jack Parkinson said: "A massive congratulations goes to Alfie on his two-year scholarship at Millwall.
"Alfie has been with me for three years and has scored over 300 goals, including 124 last season. His attitude and leadership has been different class in the time we have had him.
"This is a fantastic opportunity for him and while we at Maidstone are sad to see him go, he has got a fantastic future ahead of him.
"On a personal note Alfie has been a fantastic help to me and the team and will still be a huge part of what we do. We all at Maidstone wish a genuinely nice lad and a top player all the very best with his exciting future."