PROMISING Cherries striker Sam Surridge has been recalled from his spell at Oldham Athletic – and is already attracting glances from League One.

The 20-year-old scored from the penalty spot during League Two Oldham's shock FA Cup victory at Premier League Fulham on Sunday.

Surridge netted 12 goals in 20 appearances for the Latics and was named League Two player of the month for September.

And Oxford boss Karl Robinson has emerged as an admirer having watched the frontman stun Fulham.

Speaking to the Oxford Mail, Robinson said: “His goal record is good so if you’re looking at somebody who is available, I think he would be on a lot of people’s lists.

“He’s been out on loan so it’s not just like he’s scored goals in under-23s football.

"It’s glaringly obvious we need a striker and someone who has scored the amount of goals he has for someone so young, there’s obviously going to be a connection there.

“He came on with 25 minutes to go and made a difference.”

Formerly on loan at Yeovil Town, Poole Town and Weymouth, Surridge signed a new contract with Cherries last month.

He is due to remain at the Dorset club until at least the summer of 2021.