WEYMOUTH are waiting to confirm if a sell-on fee is due after former winger Matty Burrows last month joined Dorset neighbours Wimborne Town.

The ex-Portland United wide man was sold by Weymouth manager Bobby Wilkinson to AFC Totton for a sum thought to be in four figures.

Weymouth are understood to have inserted a sell-on clause in Burrows' contract, setting the Terras up for extra profit.

And Echosport understands Weymouth are waiting to hear the full details of Wimborne's deal, specifically if a fee was agreed, before proceeding.

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Burrows, who made his name with Balti Sports in Step 7's Dorset Premier League, has committed to Wimborne following a two-month loan spell from AFC Totton last season.

During his time at New Cuthbury, he scored twice and provided two assists in just six games for the Magpies.

Prior to joining Totton, first on loan and then permanently, Burrows had registered 14 goals and three assists in just eight games for the Terras' under-23s.

And he went on to score 21 goals in 54 appearances for Jimmy Ball's Totton, prior to leaving.

Wimborne manager Tim Sills told the Magpies' media team: "Absolutely delighted to welcome Matty to the club permanently after such a successful loan spell last season.

"Direct, quick and an eye for a goal and assist is perfect for us and I can't wait to see him continue to develop in a positive environment."

In a subsequent interview, the Magpies asked Burrows what he feels he can deliver next season.

"Hopefully, more of the same of what I did on loan," he said.

"I was getting up to speed and fitness with the injury I had, I'd say I was about an eight out of 10. I want to add to that.

"And, just bravery. I enjoy running at people, getting past people, shooting and scoring."