The teenager, who has netted 23 goals in 23 games for Dulwich, has already had a trial with Liverpool for a week and they are set to hand him another chance on Monday to prove his worth.
The 18-year-old will play against West Ham for the Reds youngsters on Monday, no doubt with boss Brendan Rodgers in attendance, and if he impresses then he maybe offered professional terms.
Liverpool are not alone, though, as Chelsea have already declared an interest, although the Reds appear to be at the head of the queue.
Northampton striker Kevin van Veen is hoping to make his first start in over a month in the home game against Shrewsbury.
Derby's decision to postpone Sunday's home Sky Bet Championship game against Cardiff was made independently, Derbyshire Police have confirmed.
Rochdale have no new injury worries ahead of Tuesday's Sky Bet League One relegation battle with fellow strugglers Fleetwood.