CAMERON Harris, the son of Millwall manager Neil, could be in line to face his dad's team this weekend.
Harris junior, 17, has been training with Concord Rangers' senior squad this summer, having made his debut for the National League South side last November, when he was just 16.
The Lions play their first pre-season game of the summer in Canvey Island on Saturday.
Cameron was taught in FitzWimarc by Danny and Nicky Cowley, the brothers who are friends of his father Neil and who are manager and assistant manager of Lincoln.
Cameron spoke about his influences in his fledgling career.
"Danny and Nicky were great with me and they taught me how to behave off the pitch as well as on it," he told the Echo in Southend last season. "My dad obviously had a great career and he has been fantastic.
"He has driven me to success and told me where I can improve.
"My dad has always talked about the fact that the team is the most important thing and he has helped me a lot.
"I didn’t think my debut would come about at this stage, but it felt even more special because I’m so young.
"Words cannot describe how I felt when Sammy [Moore] told me I was coming on and when I ran onto the pitch.
"It’s great that Sammy [Moore] is willing to give the younger players a chance.
"He gave me the opportunity to be on the bench in a friendly against Gillingham earlier in the season and I have been in and out of the squad for two months since then."
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