Harvey Saunders is ready to swap his job in a coffee shop for a shot at the big time in the Football League with Fleetwood Town.
The 21-year-old striker has wasted no time in handing in his notice after landing a two-and-a-half-year deal at the League One side after impressing at Darlington.
The National League North club have bagged an undisclosed fee for the promising youngster, who will finish the season with the club on loan.
He’s scored 11 times for Tommy Wright’s side and now has his hopes set on becoming Fleetwood’s next Jamie Vardy.
“I handed my notice in and last week was my last shift!” said Saunders.
“It’s come so fast, it was perfect timing to be honest. I’m very excited to have joined such a fantastic football club.
“It’s not sunk in really, it really is amazing what they’ve got here. I think it’s the best place I could possibly come to develop myself as well.
“In the past obviously Vardy’s been here, people like that, people have done it from the non-leagues and progressed through it and I think this is the best club for it.
“This is the club where, you think of Fleetwood and you think of Vardy coming through and he is the best example of what you can achieve.”